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Egypt's starting lineup v eSwatini in 2019 AFCON qualifiers

Egypt coach Javier Aguirre announces his lineup for the game against eSwatini on Frdiay

Ahram Online , Friday 12 Oct 2018
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Egypt coach Javier Aguirre has announced his lineup for eSwatini game on Friday in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

The Mexican tactician made two changes to the side that played Niger last month. Amro Tarek replaces suspended Ahmed Hegazi in central defense while forward Amr Warda starts instead of central midfielder Tarek Hamed.

Aguirre seems to have switched to a 4-2-3-1 formation instead of the 4-3-3 adopted against Niger.
 

Egypt’s starting XI:

Mohamed El-Shennawi – Ahmed Elmohamady, Baher El-Mohamadi, Amro Tarek (Ali Gabr 67), Ayman Ashraf, Amr Warda, Aly Ghazal, Mohamed Elneny – Mohamed Salah, Mahmoud “Trezeguet” Hassan (Tarek Hamed 72), Marwan Mohsen (Ahmed "Kouka" Hassan 46).

eSwatini starting XI:

16-Sandanzwe - 2-Maseko, 12-Mamba, 13-Steenkamp, 5-Dlamini - 14-Dlamini, 10-Figareido (Order Fana Mamba 62), 17-Tsabedze, 21-Sifiso Matse (Sibonginkhosi Gamedze 52) - 20-Mkhontfo, 19-Mkhonta.
 

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