Algeria are set to begin 2020 with a home game against Zimbabwe in Blida on March 26th, as part of their qualifying campaign for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.
The Desert Foxes already have six points from their first two qualification games as they look to defend their AFCON crown in Cameroon next January.
Zimbabwe will then host Algeria a few days later. These qualifiers have been moved earlier after AFCON was moved back from the summer to winter.
FIFA World Cup qualifiers have been delayed as a result of this. Djamel Belmadi’s side will be looking to seal their place at AFCON 2021 with these two March matches.