The national team is preparing to face its Cape Verde counterpart in the third round of Group B in the African Cup of Nations, taking place in Côte d’Ivoire and continuing until February 11. In the following lines, we highlight everything you need to know about the Egypt vs. Cape Verde match tonight.

Q: What is the timing of the Egypt vs. Cape Verde match? A: The match between Egypt and Cape Verde is scheduled for 10:00 PM today, Monday, at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny Stadium in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, as part of the third round of the group stage in the African Cup of Nations.

Q: Who is officiating the Egypt vs. Cape Verde match?
A: The Chadian referee Alhadj Ben Mohamed Allahou is in charge of officiating the match, assisted by South African Tom Abongile as the VAR referee and Maria Rivet as the VAR assistant referee.

Q: What are Egypt’s results in the tournament before facing Cape Verde?
A: Egypt started its journey in the African Cup of Nations with a 2-2 draw against Mozambique in the first round, followed by a 2-2 draw against Ghana. The team will conclude the group stage against Cape Verde tonight.

Q: What is the expected lineup for the Egyptian national team tonight? A: It is expected that Vitoria will field the following lineup against Cape Verde: Goalkeeper: Mohamed El-Shennawy; Defense: Ahmed Fathy, Mohamed Abdel-Moneim, Ahmed Hegazi, Omar Kamal Abdel-Wahid; Midfield: Imam Ashour, Marwan Attia, Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet; Forward: Mostafa Fathi or “Zizo,” Omar Marmoush, and Mostafa Mohamed.

Q: What is the ranking of Egypt in the group before today’s match? A: Egypt is in the second position in Group B of the African Cup of Nations with 2 points from the draws against Mozambique and Ghana. Cape Verde leads the group with 6 points, while Ghana is in third place and Mozambique is fourth, each with 1 point.

Q: What does the Egyptian national team need to qualify for the Round of 16 in the African Cup of Nations? A: Egypt needs to win tonight’s match with any result to secure a spot in the next round, as Cape Verde has already qualified as the group leader. Egypt aims to secure the second spot in the group to avoid a complicated scenario. A win would give Egypt 5 points, ensuring qualification without relying on the outcome of the Ghana vs. Mozambique match. Alternatively, a draw with Cape Verde and reaching 3 points would require Ghana and Mozambique to draw as well for Egypt to advance.

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