Liberia will play Central Africa Republic on this Tuesday, November 16, 2021, in her final match of Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Group C at the Stade Batouta Stade in Morrocco. Liberia has not play a single game at home due to the banned placed on the country premier sports stadium, the SKD Sports Complex because of poor look of the field. The red, white and blue boys lost their 5th match to the Super Eagles of Nigeria 2-0 on Saturday, November 13, 2021, to remain bottom of the group with just three points from her five matches.
Liberia only win in the qualifiers came against the Central African Republic in her second match with a 1-0 victory, but lost three straight match to Cape Verde Island 2-1;1-0 and 2-0 to Nigeria. These results means Liberia lost back to back to both Nigeria and Cape Verde Island in the group. Nigeria is top of the group with 12points from five matches while Cape Verde Island sits second in the group with 10points from the same number of matches played.
Central African Republic has 6 points and they are 3rd in the group while Liberia rock bottom of the group with 3points. Only the winner of each group will qualify for Africa World Cup play offs qualifiers.
Reported by Sports Director: Sylvester Tamba
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