Ghanaian referee Daniel Nii Ayi Laryea has been named as the man in charge of the 2022 Fifa World Cup qualifying match-day 3 fixture between Algeria and Niger.
The 34-year-old officiated the match involving Tunisia and Equatorial Guinea on the opening day of the African qualifiers in September.
Laryea now returns to lead a quartet of Ghanaian referees for the match which will be played on October 8, 2021 at Chahid Mustapha Tchaker stadium in Blida.
He will be guided on the lines by usual partners Kwasi Acheampong Brobbey (Assistant I) and Paul Kodzo Atimaka (Assistant II).
Another Ghanaian, Abdul Latif Adaari will be the Fourth Official.
Moroccan Mr. Kaouchi Jamal has also been appointed the Match Commissioner.
Algerian doctor, Damerdji Djamel Eddine will be the COVID-19 Officer.