The Moroccan women’s football team faces its Botswana counterpart on Wednesday in the quarter-finals of the African Women’s Cup of Nations (CAN) (Morocco-2022) and is eyeing its ticket for the 2023 World Cup scheduled for Australia and New Zealand. .
With their qualification for the quarter-finals with a full card, the Atlas Lionesses are now very close to qualifying for the World Cup if they reach the CAN semi-finals by overcoming Botswana in the quarter-final match scheduled for 9:00 p.m. at the Prince Moulay Abdellah sports complex in Rabat, thus killing two birds with one stone.
The components of the national selection aspire to achieve this unprecedented performance at the Arab level by qualifying for the world, in particular after beating the Senegal team during the 3rd and last day of the group stage of the women’s CAN.
In this regard, national coach Reynard Pedros said in statements to the press ahead of the decisive game against Botswana that “we are going to play a game in order to qualify for the semi-finals and secure a place in the FIFA World Cup. world in Australia and New Zealand 2023. We hope to make Moroccans happy by qualifying for the final four of the CAN”.
Here is the quarter-final program of the African Cup of Nations (CAN) women’s football (Morocco-2022) scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday.
– Wednesday, July 13:
(6:00 p.m.) Zambia – Senegal at the Mohammed V Sports Complex – Casablanca
(9:00 p.m.) Morocco – Botswana at the HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan Sports Complex – Rabat
– Thursday, July 14:
(6:00 p.m.) Cameroon – Nigeria at the Mohammed V Sports Complex – Casablanca
(9:00 p.m.) South Africa – Tunisia at the HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan Sports Complex – Rabat