Guinea Vs Uganda Game To Be On Supersport

2015 AFCON Qualifiers
D.R. Congo vs. Sierra Leone, 5pm
I. Coast vs. Cameroon, 5pm – SS3
Ethiopia vs. Malawi, 7pm
Ghana vs. Togo, 7pm – SS5
Guinea vs. Uganda, 7pm – SS7
Mali vs. Algeria, 7pm
Niger vs. Mozambique, 7pm – Maximo360
Zambia vs. Cape Verde, 7pm – SS9
Nigeria vs S. Africa, 8pm – SS3, SS4
Sudan vs. Congo, 8pm – SS3
B. Faso vs. Angola, 9pm – Maximo
Gabon vs. Lesotho, 9pm
Senegal vs. Botswana, 10pm
Tunisia vs. Egypt, 10pm

The importance of Uganda Cranes’ final 2015 Nations Cup qualifier against Guinea has not gone unnoticed, as continental broadcasters Supersport have decided to show the game against Wednesday evening.

Tony Mawejje controls the ball during a game against Togo at Namboole that was also broadcast live.
Tony Mawejje controls the ball during a game against Togo at Namboole that was also broadcast live.

The the game will be live on Super sport 7 to enable Ugandans who will not make it to Complexe Mohammed V Stadium, Casablanca Morocco to watch all the action.

Milutin Sredojević’s side are expected to have a feel of the match day turf () as a rule set by CAF and FIFA later today. Cranes players and team officials are accommodated at the 5 star Hotel Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa.

Saturday’s moral boasting win over group leaders Ghana meant for the first time in over a decade, Cranes’ destiny will be decided away from home. For example, in the last two Nations Cup qualifying campaigns, Cranes had to take care of their home fixtures against Kenya and Zambia.

With only Wednesday’s round of fixtures to go, Ghana top Group E standings with eight points, Uganda and Guinea both on seven but the Cranes with a better goal difference, and Togo with six.

Cranes, who will qualify for finals with just a draw with Guinea regardless of the outcome of the game between Ghana and Togo in Tamale.

Cranes squad: Dennis Onyango, Robert Odongkara Andrew Mwesigwa (Captain), Godfrey Walusimbi, Isaac Isinde, Savio Kabugo, Habib Kavuma, Martin Kizza, Tonny Mawejje, Geoffrey Kizito, William Luwagga Kizito, Khalid Aucho, Farouq Miya, Brian Majwega, Mike Sserumaga, Geoffrey Massa, Robert Sentongo, Daniel Sserunkuma

Guinea squad: Yattara Naby Moussa, Abdul Aziz Keita, Diarra Mohammed Lamine, Issiaga Sylla, Sankoh Baissama Mohammed, Cisse Abdoulaye, Djibril Paye Tamsir, Zayatte Kamil, Florentine Pogba, Camara Fode.
Midfielders: Laffia Camara, Conte Ibrahima Sory, Keita Naby, Guy Lucien Michel, Fafana Boubacar, Soumah Seydouba, Bangoura Ismael, Idrissa Sylla, Mohammed Lamine Yattara and Ibrahima Traore.

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