Algeria has changed the venue for the inconsequential 2018 World Cup qualifier against Nigeria.

The North African country moves from Constantine to the Mustapha Tchaker stadium in Blida for the November 10 fixture, according to Score Nigeria.

Algeria lost 1-0 to Zambia in Constantine on September 5, 2017 after they were forced to a 1-1 draw by Cameroon in their opening World Cup qualifier in October 2016.

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Algeria are seeking to play for pride and avoid a defeat against the 2013 African champions.

Nigeria has already grabbed the sole ticket in Group B for the Russia 2018 World Cup after beating Zambia 1-0 in Uyo on October 7.

It will be the Super Eagles’ sixth appearance at the World Cup since making a debut in USA 1994.

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