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Mali, Rwanda eye maiden World Cup qualification

Mali’s chances of qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup took a substantial blow when Les Aigles learned they would not be able to play their home fixtures in Mali, but the team are still favorites to progress as the winners in a group that includes Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya. On Wednesday, Les Aigles will “host” Rwanda in Morocco and Rwanda manager Vincent Mashami understands the opportunity for Amavubi to earn at least a point despite being underdogs.

SuperSport previews the match, mentioning that Mali will be without Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma and striker Moussa Marega for the match but are still stocked with plenty of talent for manager Mohamed Magassouba to pick from including Amadou Haidara and Moussa Djenepo.

Mali, Rwanda eye maiden World Cup qualification (SuperSport)


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