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Egypt, Tunisia close in on World Cup qualification; Algeria out

Ali Maaloul of Tunisia, DR Congo's Jordon Ikoko
Ali Maaloul of Tunisia battles for the ball with DR Congo's Jordon Ikoko.

Tunisia and Egypt were the big winners in Tuesday's World Cup qualifiers, as the North African duo secured big results to take significant steps towards Russia.

Elsewhere, South Africa and Senegal both missed the opportunity to take top spot in Group D, while Algeria and Cameroon's eliminations were confirmed following Zambia's 1-0 victory in Constantine.

In Group A, Tunisia have taken pole position in the pool after coming from behind to take a point from the Democratic Republic of Congo in a 2-2...

 By PA Sport

Riyad Mahrez released from Algeria to 'formalise his transfer' to new club

While Stevie Nicol defends Mesut Ozil at Arsenal, he feels Riyad Mahrez could offer Arsene Wenger's side a bit more.

Riyad Mahrez has been given permission to leave the Algeria squad and return to Europe to "formalise his transfer to his new club'', the Algerian Football Federation has announced.

Leicester winger Mahrez has expressed a desire to leave the King Power Stadium and has been linked with a host of clubs over the summer, with Roma having already had three bids rejected for the 26-year-old, the third being £32 million.

The likes of Barcelona, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea are also reported...

Ryad Boudebouz explains why he chose Real Betis, despite Premier League interest

Ryad Boudebouz has revealed that the welcome he received in Andalusia and the advice of international teammate Aissa Mandi were influential in convincing him to choose Real Betis when he left Montpellier earlier this summer.

The Algeria playmaker had been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League during the ongoing transfer window, with the Mirror reporting that Everton, Southampton, Newcastle United, Lyon and Lazio were all keen on his services.

However, in something of an unexpected move,...