The Fennecs have booked a friendly against the Boys in Green to prep for their World Cup matchup versus England.
According to Dzfoot.net, the Algerian national team are set to face their Irish counterparts in Dublin on May 29th in a friendly meant to serve as preparation for their World Cup opposition against England in South Africa this summer.
The match will be preceded by a eight day training camp in Florence, Italy at the Coverciano facility where the Fennecs readied themselves for their final World Cup qualifier versus Egypt in November. Meanwhile, the Algerian FA has yet to settle on who they will face in their final friendly on June 5th in Algiers.This will be only the second encounter in history between Algeria and Ireland. The only previous encounter between the two nations took place on April 28th, 1982 and ended with the North Africans grabbing a 2-0 win thanks to goals from Rabah Madjer and Salah Assad.