Morocco vs Comoros LIVE: Stream, score, TV channel, kick-off time and team news – AFCON 2022 latest updates

MOROCCO continue their AFCON challenge this afternoon against Comoros.

Sofiane Boufal scored the only goal of the game as Morocco kicked off their Africa Cup of Nations campaign with a 1-0 win over Ghana.

While Comoros lost out in their opener, 1-0 to Gabon.

Gabon vs Ghana follows this afternoon to complete Group C’s fixtures.

  • TV/ live stream: Sky Sports Main Event, Football
  • Morocco XI: Bono, Aguerd, S Amrabat, Masina, Hakimi, Louza, Saiss, Amallah, Boufal, Tissoudali, El Kaabi
  • Comoros XI: Ben Boina, Youssouf, Abdullah, Abdou, Youssouf, M’Dahoma, M’Changama, Bakari, Selemani, Bachirou, Ben Nabouhane


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  • Morocco 0 Comoros 0

    6. We have our first corner of the game and it goes predictably to Morocco.

    The corner is swung in and Ben Boina gets a solid fist on it and a much needed early feel of the ball.

  • Morocco 0 Comoros 0

    2. A clumsy challenge from the Comoros defender goes unnoticed by officials and VAR, justified by a late flag shown by the linesman indicating an offside player.

  • Morocco 0 Comoros 0

    1. Morocco get us underway here launching the ball forward showing their intent for the game today….

  • Kick-off moments away….

    As the anthems are sung by the players of both teams, we are only moments away from kick-off.

    Comoros only joined FIFA in 2005 but has seen the interest in football boom since this date.

    You can see how much it means to them to make the people back home happy.

  • Tactically minded

    As the minnows in this tournament in their first appearance, Comoros seem confident in knowing what they have to do to stand any chance of winning.

    Tactics will be key as they look to nullify Morocco’s more talented squad.

    An early Morocco goal could really test the Comoros players’ spirit.

  • Chance to qualify

    If Gabon and Morocco can both win today they will qualify for the next round, leaving them the luxury of being able to rest players in their final games.

    All to play for their opponents who could bomb out of the tournament after only two games played.

  • Middle of the park

    Some familiar faces will look to control the centre of midfield for Morocco with Imran Louza (Watford) and Romain Saiss (Wolves) pulling the strings.

    Sofiane Boufal plays in the role just behind the striker, hoping to add to his AFCON tally after scoring the winner in the opening game.

    PSG’s Achraf Hakimi is always one to watch in this Morocco team.

  • Subs:

    Abdallah, Alhadhur, Zahary, Ali Mohamed, Aboubakari, M’Madi, Youssouf, Bourhane, Mogni, Ahamada, Moussa, Mohamed

  • Comoros line-up (5-3-2)

    Ben Boina, Youssouf, Abdullah, Abdou, Youssouf, M’Dahoma, M’Changama, Bakari, Selemani, Bachirou, Ben Nabouhane

  • Subs:

    Ounahi, El-Haddadi, Fajr, Mohamedi, Chair, Aboukhlal, Chakla, En-Nesyri, Alakouch, Tagnaouti, Mmaee, Rahimi

  • Morocco line-up (4-2-3-1)

    Bono, Aguerd, S Amrabat, Masina, Hakimi, Louza, Saiss, Amallah, Boufal, Tissoudali, El Kaabi

  • That winning feeling

    Morocco are currently on a winning streak of 10 games.

    This includes all six of their World Cup Qualifying matches.

    Can Comoros cause an upset here today?

  • Man of the Match:

    Naby Keita, Guinea’s tough tackling captain, will feel his side did what they needed to do here today.

    Keeping their noses in front of Senegal going into the last game leaves their destiny in their own hands.

  • FT: Senegal 0 Guinea 0

    Despite having the better of the second half, Guinea defended resolutely and kept Senegal out.

    This result will suit Guinea more than Senegal as they stay top.

  • Newbies to AFCON

    Comoros have qualified for their very first AFCON tournament.

    Against Gabon in their opening game, Comoros dominated before conceding an early goal.

    This seemed to knock the debutant’s confidence and they struggled to create anything until a chance late on caused the Gabon keeper problems.

  • Welcome back AFCON fans

    Today Morocco against Comoros is the focus of our attention.

    Meanwhile in the early kick off Senegal and Guinea are drawing 0-0 deep into the second half.

    A draw in this game would leave Guinea top of the group with Senegal in second place, level on points.

    Like Senegal, Morocco are one of the fancied teams to win AFCON this year.

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