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Egypt vs Ghana: live TV & online listings - Nov 13, 2016

November 12, 2016 By Michelle Bonsu
Egypt will be gunning for revenge as they take on Ghana in a World Cup qualifier on Sunday, November 13th. Here's all the info you need to tune in to Egypt vs. Ghana.

Broadcast info

Who's playing: A much-improved Egyptian side will be gunning for revenge as they take on Ghana in a blockbuster World Cup qualifying clash this Sunday.

What time: Sunday, November 13th at 11:45 PST/14:45 EST/19:45 GMT/20:45CET

What stadium: This game will be played at the Borg El Arab Stadium. Located in Borg El Arab, which is not too far from Alexandria, it's one of Egypt's biggest venues and can seat up to 86,000 fans.

Which channel:

- In Ghana: SuperSport Select, SuperSport 3 Africa, SupserSport Select GO, GTV Sports+

- In the UK: BT Sport Live Streaming, BT Sport 2

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Match facts and other historical stats

  • Egypt and Ghana have faced off 20 times prior to this match
  • The Pharaohs hold the historical head to head advantage with ten wins vs. the Black Stars' five
  • However, Ghana humiliated them 6-1 in their last World Cup qualifying meeting, and although Egypt won the next leg 2-1, it wasn't enough

Without two key players, can Ghana rebound against an improved Egypt side?

Egypt

Egypt come into this match with three points after beating Congo 2-1 on the road. The Pharaohs, of course, will be looking forward to taking on Ghana. Last time they met the Black Stars in a World Cup qualifier, they were crushed 6-1 in the first leg. Despite winning the second leg, it was futile and not enough to see them through. Quite a few members of the team were on the pitch during that unpleasant day, and will naturally be eager to re-assert themselves against a familiar foe. Like their upcoming visitors, the hosts will be missing a few players for this game, with both Mahmoud Kahraba and Ahmed Hassan Koka sitting out due to injury.

Ghana

Not only are the Black Stars missing Juventus midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah, but also star man and skipper Asamoah Gyan will be unavailable due to injury. This comes as a huge blow for Avram Grant, and to complicate matters further, Ghana are in a bit of a slump. They come into this game having picked up just one point thus far and have gone four matches sans a win, which means that another bad result could put their qualifying ambitions in serious danger. In their opener against Uganda, Ghana were quite poor, and had to settle for a scoreless draw, and much to the frustration of their fans, this took place at home. Now they must travel to hostile ground and manage to come back with a better result, albeit given Egypt's growing confidence, that will be easier said than done.

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