Uganda vs Egypt: In the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifiers of Group E Africa the top two teams Uganda and Egypt are going to face each other today in the battle. The clash Uganda vs Egypt begin at 6:30 PM IST. The venue of the match is at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole, Kampala City, Uganda. This is the first match that Uganda is bold ready to face Egypt and to mark their first victory against Egypt. The Referee of the match is Ali Lemghaifry (Mauritania).
So far Egypt and Uganda has faced head to head in seven matches. In all the matches, Egypt won. In FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier Group E Africa, Uganda is in the second place with four points in which they have played two matches and won one match and lost one match. Egypt is the top most team of Group E with six points in which they have played two matches and won all the two matches. The last head to head match between these two teams was played in the January month of this year which was won by Egypt at their home in African Nations Cup.
It is one of the tough matches today as Egypt is the team who are very powerful and did not lose to Uganda so far. Uganda is well prepared now to face Egypt and they are in the good form. In the last five matches of Uganda in African Nations Cup Qualifying, International Friendly, and African Nations Cup, they have won one match and the other four matches ended in a draw. In the last five matches Egypt in African Nations Cup Qualifying, International Friendly, and African Nations Cup, they have won three matches and lost two matches.
Uganda vs Egypt Playing Squads
Uganda Squads: D. Onyango, G. Walusimbi, J. Ochaya, M. Jjuko, H. Wasswa, G. Kizito, D. Iguma, K. Aucho, F. Miya, G. Massa, T. Mawejje, M. Shaban, N. Wadada, M. Oloya, I. Isinde, Y. Sentamu, G. Sserunkuma, L. Kizito, L. Kizito, S. Batambuze
Egypt Squads: Essam El Hadary, Ahmed Fathy, Mohamed Abdul Shafy, Ahmed Hegazi, Ali Gabr, Marwan Mohsen, Mohamed Elneny,Trézéguet,, Tarek Hamed, Mohamed Salah, Ramadan Sobhi, Abdalla El Said, Amr Warda, Kahraba, Ahmed El Mohamady, Omar Gaber, Ibrahim Salah, Koka, Ahmed Dowidar