The Lone Star of Liberia will play their remaining 2022 World Cup decisive duel against Nigeria and the Central African Republic (CAR) at the Grand Stade in Tangier in November, the LFA has confirmed.
The Liberia Football Association suffered another blow after losing their try to host their doubleheader in Group C World Cup Qualifiers at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex, following CAF inspection.
The LFA says Liberia will host Nigeria at the Grand Stade de Tanger on November 11 at 16:00Hrs GMT and Central African Republic (CAR) on November 15 at 16:00Hrs GMT with blessings from Royal Morocco Football Federation (RMFF).
The Grand Stade de Tanger is a football and track stadium located in the city of Tangier, Northern Morocco, with a capacity of 45,000 people. The venue to IR Tanger, a top tier Moroccan club.
In the group C standings, Nigeria is in the lead with 9 points, ahead of Cape Verde (7 points), the Central African Republic (4 points) and finally Liberia (3 points).
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