Libya plays Tunisia in Algeria for 2018 World Cup qualification
The Libyan football team is going to play Tunisian counterpart as part of the second round of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers on November 11 in the Algerian city, Oran, sources from the Libyan Football Federation (LFF) reported Tuesday.
The announcement comes contradictory to the LFF’s statement earlier this year when it decided that all Libya’s matches for the 2018 World Cup would be held in Egypt.
The Libyan national team plays in (Group A) with Congo, Tunisia and Guinea and ranks at the bottom after a humiliating defeat against Congo 4-0 last Saturday.
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