Lineup for Al-Merrikh vs. Yanga SC Live Score 16/09/2023

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You Can follow the Al-Merrikh vs. Yanga SC (Kikosi cha Young Africans Leo) live score and starting lineup. This CAF Champions League match will take place on Saturday, September 16, 2023, at Stade R├ęgional Nyamirambo at 16:00 East African Time, or 13:00 UTC.

 

Al-Merrikh vs Yanga SC Preview

The Sudanese team El Merreikh will play in Rwanda on September 16 at 10:00 p.m. as the opening round of the African Champions League, and the Yanga squad has arrived to join them.

Tickets for the match are now on sale. Al-Merrikh chose Pele Stadium as their home ground. The least costly ticket costs Sh20,870 ($10,000), while the most expensive costs Sh104,391 ($50,000). Next in line is Sh52,195 ($25,000).

Yanga went to the next round with a total score of 7-1 after Chamazi won the first match played last week at the Azam Complex by a score of 2-0.

After being pushed to a scoreless draw against Congo Brazzaville\’s Otoho d\’oyo, El Merreikh proceeded to the first round of the playoffs with the benefit of an away goal.

 

Also, Check Yanga SC vs KMC Kick-off News, Lineup, and results 23/08/2023

 

Al-Merreikh vs Yanga Live Score

 

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Al-Merrikh vs Yanga SC Head-to-Head and Data

Young Africans and Al Merreikh have recently not yet faced off in a match.

Al Merreikh averaged 0.50 goals per game throughout the actual season. Both the team and the opponent scored more than 1.5 goals in total in 0 (0.00%) of the home games. There were more than 2.5 goals scored by both teams in 0 (0.00%) of the 2023 home games.

In 2023, young African players averaged 4.25 goals per game. In 1 (100.00%) of the road games, both teams scored a total of goals. more than 1.5 goals. In 0 of the road games (0.00%), the opponent scores all the goals. greater than 2.5 goals.

 

Young Africans SC News

At this time, at 9 a.m., more than 50 motor vehicles are heading for Kigali, Rwanda, to accompany their Yanga platoon, who will play Al-Merrikh of Sudan in the African Titleholders League match.

The opening round of the competition will take place on Saturday at 10 p.m. at Kigali\’s Pele Stadium. According to Ally Kamwe, the information officer for the platoon, \”Everything has gone well, and 50 motorcars were previously full for the trip.

I thank the suckers and members on behalf of the President, mastermind Hersi Said, for your positive response. 50 vehicles from diverse locations are currently prepared for the journey to Kigali, according to Kamwe, who also stated that the journey would begin at 9 a.m.

Those who are traveling should pay attention to the timing and make sure they have a passport because the caravan will leave from the club\’s headquarters.

The Yanga SC trainer, Miguel Gamond, went on to thank everyone who helped ensure that the platoon had positive achievements in the previous month and that he was picked as the month\’s stylish trainer.

He specifically emphasized the players in the platoon, the camp personnel in Avic Town, who serve the field, and the specialized bench.

The players are the most important thing because, without them, we trainers are nothing, Gamondi remarked in a brief video that was released on the platoon\’s official Instagram account.

 

The Match lineups

The confirmed lineups have not yet been changed, however, the expected lineups for each club are listed below:

 

Possible Lineup For Al-Merrikh

  • Brayan Angulo
  • Wagdi Awad Abd Alla Agefi
  • Mustafa Karshoum
  • Musa Hussien Musa Ali
  • Mohamed Mahamoud
  • Ahmed Yousif
  • Hamza Daoud
  • Mohamed Mustafa
  • Ramadan Arab
  • Salaheldin Nemer
  • Rami Abdallah Kartikila

 

Kikosi cha Yanga SC Leo; Possible

  • Diarra
  • Baka
  • Job
  • Lomalisa
  • Yao
  • Aucho
  • Mudathir
  • Pacome
  • Maxi
  • Mzize
  • Kennedy Msonda

 

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