Egypt vs Uganda: Probable Lineups, Prediction, Tactics, Team News and Key Stats | World Cup (E)
match between Egypt and Uganda Tuesday 5-9-2017 : Egypt face Uganda in the return leg of the third round of the 2017 World Cup qualifiers for Africa. 

The Egyptian team has no chance of winning the points to end Uganda's seven-point lead, especially after Ghana's draw with Congo is impossible for the two teams. Competition between Egypt and Uganda

The Egyptian team played 3 meetings in the group won in two games and lost a single match. They defeated Ghana 2-0, won the second match against Congo 2-1 and lost to Uganda 0-1 in a match. The match, which took place in Uganda last Thursday, Egypt scored in the qualifiers 8 goals scored by the team's player Abdullah Al-Saeed 3 goals to lead the scorers of the Egyptian team, while the Ugandan team got 7 points from the victory on the Congo (1-0) Egypt scored (1-0) and tied with the Ghana team (0-0).

Egyptian Squad :

Goalkeepers: Urban, Ekrami, Ahmed Nashawi.
The back line: Ahmed Fathi, Omar Jaber, Rabia, Mohammedi, Hijazi, Saad Samir, Karim Hafez, Mohamed Abdel Shafi, Mohamed Fathi
Midfield: Ashour, Tariq Hamed, Sam Morsy, Saleh Juma, Terry Zigi, Ramadan Sobhi, Abdullah Al-Saeed, Nani, Mohammed Salah, Electra
Forward: Coca, Hossam Hassan, Amr Gamal.

Hector Cooper had eliminated four players from the squad before traveling to Uganda to meet with Mahmoud Ezzat, Ahmed El Sheikh, Mohamed Awad and Ayman Ashraf.

Egypt coach Ahmed Fathi and Tareq Hamed play in the middle of the stadium in Jaouar Mohammed El Neni, Arsenal, in order not to repeat the scenario of the first game, and try to impose control on the middle of the stadium and in the case of Ahmed Fathi playing in the middle of the stadium will take place in the right hand player Ahmed Mohammedi.

The meeting will be held on Tuesday 5-9-2017 at 8:00 pm Cairo time at 6:00 pm Saudi Arabia time. The meeting will be broadcast on Bein Sport Hd1, where the name of the commentator has not yet been determined.

Uganda : 7 points
Egypt : 6 points
Ghana : 2 points
Congo : 1 points

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