World Cup play-off: Eagles, Ghana clash now to hold March 25, 29 – Punch Newspapers

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The Confederation of Africa Football has rescheduled the dates for Nigeria’s Qatar 2022 World Cup play-off tie against Ghana by a day, The PUNCH reports.
The Super Eagles were initially billed to face West African rivals Ghana on March 24 at the Cape Coast Stadium for their first leg fixture, with the second leg billed for the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja on March 27.
But on Monday, the Nigeria Football Federation was notified by CAF that the first leg of the play-off fixture between the Eagles and the Black Stars would now hold on March 25 in Ghana, with the second leg billed for Abuja four days later.
“The Nigeria Football Federation was on Monday notified by the Confederation of African Football that the FIFA World Cup play-off round between Nigeria’s Super Eagles and the Black Stars of Ghana will now take place on new dates,” a statement from the NFF’s communication department stated.
“The opening leg at the Cape Coast Stadium will now take place on Friday, March 25th starting from 7.30pm Ghana time, which will be 8.30pm in Nigeria. It was earlier scheduled to be played on Thursday, March 24th.
“As against the earlier date of Sunday, March 27th, the return match between both fierce rivals will now hold at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja on Tuesday, March 29th, starting from 6pm Nigeria time.”
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