Ahead of matchday 3 of the 2023 African Cup of Nations qualifier, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has unveiled the match officials for the game between Nigeria’s Super Eagles and Guinea Bissau.
The CAF Referees Committee has appointed four Egyptians. Mahmoud El Banna will be the central judge of the game. He will be assisted by Youssef Wahid Youssef Elbosaty (1st assistant) and Sami Mohamed Abouzid Halhal (2nd assistant).
The role of the fourth referee went to Ahmed Elghandour also from Egypt.
The match officials quartet will be under the supervision of Ghanaian Prosper Harrison Addo who is named as the match assessor and also Ghanaian nationality, Kotey Alexandre Neequaye is appointed as match commissioner.
The three times African champions will take on Wild Dogs of Guinea Bissau on Saturday 25th March, 2023 at the Moshood Abiola stadium in Abuja and the second leg takes place in Guinea Bissau a few days later.