[Sport News ] 4 matches you don't wanna miss this weekend.

Countries all over the world are involved in the Russia 2018 World Cup qualifiers as they continue their quest to play in the biggest stage of football.The CAF qualifying rounds begin this weekend while other countries around the world continue their search for a World Cup berth.
Here are the four matches you can not afford to miss this weekend
1. Zambia vs Nigeria
After failing the qualify for the 2017 AFCON tournament in Gabon,Super Eaglesof Nigeria begin their journey to Russia as they play Zambia in Ndoli.Super Eagles of Nigeria TheChipolopolo did not also qualify for biggest soccer fiesta in Africa but have promised to shock the star studded Nigerian side come Sunday, October 9, atthe Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.

2. England vs Malta
It will the first test for Gareth Southgate as interim England manager after Sam Allardyce was sacked when they play oil-rich nation Malta.Gareth Southgate will be face his first test against Malta Everyone is looking forward into the style of play the former England international will adopt as The Three Lions have been heavily criticized for not playing attractive football in their first match against Slovakia.

3. Portugal vs Andorra
The current European Champions could not replicate their success at Euro 2016 after losing their first match to Switzerland as their inspirational captain Cristiano Ronaldo was missing owing to fitness problems.Cristiano Ronaldo will be back for Portugal against Andorra However, the Real Madrid star man will be back in action for the Portuguese side and the whole nation will be trooping to the stadium to watch their most successful captain.

4. Cameroon vs Algeria
Both countries are also in ‘the group of death‘which also includes Nigeria and Zambia in the most difficult group in Africa.Mahrez will be in action for Algeria against Cameroon TheDesert Warriors are currently the most feared team in Africa with stars scattered all over vibrant European clubs.The Indomitable Lions can also hold their own in the group as the new crop of players are no push-overs.

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