If you want to watch the Egypt vs Morocco match live, there are a few things that you should know. Fortunately, you can watch the match live online through Showmax or Sky Sports if you have an account. In addition, you can follow the match with the Match Prediction.
Sky Sports subscribers can watch egypt vs morocco live
Sky Sports subscribers can watch Egypt vs Moroccan live on Sky Go, a mobile app available on most devices. This game is also available on Sky NOW, an online streaming service available without a contract. The BBC has the rights to 10 matches. The match between Egypt and Morocco is a friendly. However, both teams have been guilty of playing negative tactics in recent matches, meaning a Moroccan win is expected.
If you are a Sky Sports subscriber, you can watch the game for free. If you are not a Sky Sports subscriber, you can also watch the match on beIn Sports or Kayo. These two services offer live streaming, and they offer a 14-day free trial. In addition, these services are available internationally. To watch the game, you can install a VPN on your device.
Morocco are looking to go one step further than they did in the previous round. After being eliminated by the Ivory Coast in the last 16 round, the Atlas Lions are hoping to go one step further at the AFCON. Egypt, on the other hand, are confident after knocking out Ivory Coast in the round of 16. The winner of the match will face Cameroon in the semi-finals, and you can watch it live on Sky Sports.
Sky Sports subscribers can also watch the game via the Sky Go App. This is available for subscribers of Sky Sports Complete. Sky Go subscribers can watch the game live on two simultaneous connections, but the Sky Go Extra package allows them to watch it on four devices at the same time.
Morocco is a strong favourite to win the match but Egypt are the underdogs. If they win, Mohamed Salah and Ryan Mmaee are the favourites to score the first goals. Both teams are known for their defensive strength and conservative approach up front, and their defensive strength has been proven in the Africa Cup of Nations. However, as Nigeria demonstrated, Egypt’s defence is not invincible and can be penetrable.
Match prediction for Egypt vs Morocco is very difficult to predict. The team that has won the most AFCON titles is Egypt. However, Morocco is the better ranked team. Therefore, we can’t rule them out. Let’s take a look at each of their recent performances.
Egypt has a relatively decent record against Morocco, having won both of their previous matches. Despite this, the teams have met only twice, with the last meeting ending in a draw. The squad has some key players that must be kept in mind when making a match prediction. For example, El-Shenawy will not be able to start due to injury. Moreover, the team will be without the injured Hamdi Fathi.
Morocco has shown their attacking quality in the AFCON. Youssef En-Nesyri, Sofiane Boufal, and Achraf Hakimi are all capable of scoring. With their attacking style, Morocco can be backed to score first at 20/21 with Vbet. The team can also be backed to score twice. Over 2.5 goals is also a good bet, and it’s currently priced at 12/5 on Unibet.
Morocco have been consistently good in this competition. However, Egypt’s lack of attacking quality has limited their chances. Morocco have been the better team so far. They’ve been more consistent and have better passing patterns. So, we can expect a hard-fought game. However, Morocco are the more consistent team and will give everything they’ve got.
Morocco has been in great form in the tournament and are scoring goals at an alarming rate. Their record against Egypt in World Cup matches makes them a favourite, and most football betting sites believe they’ll triumph. However, Egypt have been disappointing so far, but the team’s defensive abilities have helped them reach the Quarterfinals.
The Egyptians have a good backline and have played some great football. However, their last World Cup campaign saw them go down to Ivory Coast on penalties. This was a tough game for them, and it was unfortunate for them not to reach the final.
Where to watch egypt vs morocco live
If you’re interested in watching the match live in the United States, you’ll need to know where to look. The first step is to find a website that broadcasts live football matches. Depending on where you live, you might have to sign in or subscribe to a particular service to view the broadcast. There are plenty of sites offering live sports streams, but some may not be available in your country.
During World Cup qualifying, Morocco’s Atlas Lions were unbeaten. They will be a tough test for the US defense. The Moroccan squad is composed of talented players and is led by coach Romain Saiss. Despite the retirement of legendary striker Hakim Ziyech, the team has been able to achieve success even without his presence.
If you’re living outside the United States, you can watch the match on showmax, an online platform that beams selected AFCON games. You’ll need a subscription to watch it, but it’s a great option for those living in countries that don’t have pay TV service. For South African viewers, SABC 1 will be broadcasting the match live.
Egypt’s 1-0 win over Morocco earned them a place in the quarterfinals of the Africa Cup of Nations. Egypt has won this tournament seven times, but they have failed to qualify for the past three tournaments. The match was held at 07:00 local time on January 30. The first goal came from the penalty spot and Mohamed Salah scored the second. The match ended in a shootout after Mali’s last penalty was missed by Falaye Sacko.
Morocco’s lineup is a strong one, with four players starting from the side of former Premier League club Paris Saint-Germain star Christian Pulisic. The team also boasts two right wingbacks, Adel Taarabt (now at Benfica) and Sofyan Amrabat (Florence). However, Sofiane Boufal was left off the roster due to an injury.
Morocco’s match against Egypt was moved after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) decided to relocate the match from Olembe Stadium in Yaounde. The decision came after an accident at the Olembe stadium in Guinea. Eight fans were killed, and seven others were in serious condition. The Confederation of African Football said that the game would depend on the outcome of the investigation.