Egypt’s group standings in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers before facing Sierra Leone

Fans of the Round Witch are waiting for the strike of six o’clock this evening, Sunday, to follow the important meeting that brings together Egypt national team With Sierra Leone at Samuel D. Canyon Stadium in Liberia in the second round of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers, which will host the match to deprive the competitor of playing its matches on its home field due to the failure to implement technical requirements and standards on its stadiums.

Egypt group standings in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers

1- Egypt national team with 3 points

2- Burkina Faso national team with a point

3- Guinea-Bissau national team with a point

4- Ethiopian national team with a point

5- Sierra Leone national team with a point

6- Djibouti national team without points

The Egyptian national team began its campaign in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers with a convincing victory over Djibouti with a clean six-point score, whose first hero was Liverpool star Mohamed Salah.

And he seeks The elected From this confrontation to secure the lead after its landslide victory over Djibouti in the first round last Thursday by six unanswered, in which it topped its group that includes Guinea, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Sierra Leone and Ethiopia.

It is worth noting that the sports channels sector of the United Media Services Company succeeded in obtaining the television broadcast rights for all… Egypt national team matches The first in the African qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup, in cooperation with Aura Developers Egypt, the National Bank of Egypt, and Etisalat Misr. The agreement also included the rights to display summaries of all African teams’ matches in the remaining qualifying groups, and a number of commercial rights related to the qualifiers.

The management of “On Time Sports” and the sports channels sector at United promised that it would provide a distinguished media service for the qualifying competitions, and integrated coverage for the viewer wherever they are, throughout the period of the qualifying rounds extending from now until 2026, whether through television broadcasting of the matches, analytical studios, or many programs that It will be produced specifically for the African qualifiers.

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