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Live, Morocco-Tanzania: follow the CAN 2024 match

Welcome to this live broadcast dedicated to the match of the 34th African Cup of Nations between Morocco and Tanzania.

What is it about ? From the entry into the running of the current best African nation in the FIFA rankings, Morocco (13e), facing the Tom Thumb of the competition, Tanzania (121e). Semi-finalists of the last World Cup, the Atlas Lions are in search of a continental title which has eluded them since 1976, but will first have to get out of Group F.

Or ? At the Laurent-Pokou stadium, in San Pédro, Ivory Coast.

At what time ? 18 hours.

On which channel ? On BeIN Sports 1.

Who’s live? The Vincent Daheron-Valentin Baudry duo, whose technique with the ball is matched only by their agility behind a keyboard.

The (probable) composition of the teams:

Bono – Hakimi, Aguerd, Saïss (cap.), Mazraoui – Attiat-Allah – Ounahi, Amrabat – Ziyech, Harit, Boufal – En-Nesyri.

Selector : Walid Regragui.

Manula – Mnoga, Nondo, Mwaikenda, Hamad – Salum, Job, Bajana – Kibu, Samatta (cap.), Msuva.

Selector : Adel Amrouche.

Who referees? The Chadian Al Hadi Allou Mahamat.

What won’t we talk about? Anemone, a permanent spectacle

To read in the meantime:

Binationals occupy the field, closely followed by trinationals

The “toughest” competition in the history of African football

The five favorites of the competition

Why Maghreb teams are struggling in sub-Saharan Africa

Riyad Mahrez’s Fennecs start the CAN with a draw

Focus on the ten footballers who can make the difference

The CAN, an economic opportunity not to be missed for Côte d’Ivoire

The schedule, rankings and match results

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