20 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
EGYPT expects, as Mo Salah looks to lead his country to Africa Cup of Nations glory on home soil.
The Liverpool star is fresh from scoring in the Champions League final and ready to make it a club and country double.
Mo Salah is looking for AFCON glory with Egypt
The Egyptians dominated this competition in the ’00s, lifting it three times in a row between 2006 and 2010.
But they failed to qualify for three tournaments after that before being edged out by Cameroon in the 2017 final.
When is Egypt vs Zimbabwe?
Egypt vs Zimbabwe will take place on Friday, June 21.
The match will kick off at 9pm UK time – 10pm in Egypt.
It will be played at the Cairo International Stadium.
What TV channel is Egypt vs Zimbabwe on and can I live stream it?
Egypt vs Zimbabwe will be live on British Eurosport.
To live stream the game, simply download the Eurosport player.
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