The world's football governing body, FIFA has named officials for the 2018 World Cup qualifier between Algeria and Nigeria scheduled for November 10, 2017.

The identities of the appointed officials were published on Federation of Algeria Football's (FAF) official website.

Gabonese and Burkina Faso officials have been picked as center and assistant referees for the Mohamed-Hamlaoui stadium clash in Constantine.

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The centre referee according to the report is Eric Castane of Gabon.

He will be assisted by MM. Aboubacar DOUMBOUYA of Guinea and Seydou TIAMA of Burkina Faso.

Juste Ephrem ZIO of Burkina Faso was handed the fourth referee duty.

Omer Kouamé Dehoulé of Côte d'Ivoire is the Match Commissioner while the Referee Inspector is Djibouti's Aden Robleh Rayaleh.

The Algeria vs. Nigeria is inconsequential as the Super Eagles already have a spot in Russia. 

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