Morocco will play its next 2022 World Cup qualifiers at home. Guinea-Bissau, the next opponent of the Atlas Lions, does not have a stadium up to the required standards and must therefore move abroad for its home matches. This month, the Djurtus had faced Guinea in Nouakchott (1-1). Next month, they will deliver the two rounds of their double confrontation with Achraf Hakimi’s teammates in Morocco. These latter will welcome Guinea-Bissau on October 6 at the Moulay Abdellah complex in Rabat on behalf of the 3rd day, while the return will take place, three days later, at the Mohammed V complex in Casablanca as part of the 4th day.
As to postponed match which must oppose Guinea to Morocco, it is certain that this meeting initially scheduled for September 6 will not be played in Conakry. Some sources close to CAF, cited by Le 360, mention a relocation to Morocco.