The friendly match has been schedule for June 13th and 18th respectively as the Algerians continue their preparation for the final hurdles in the continental qualifiers.
According to dzfoot.com, the matches were sanctioned by the national technical staff as they want to engage the squad in a rapid ten days intensive training session at Olympic Sports Center Al Baz Sétif.
Algeria will host Sierra Leone on 19th July in Blida for the first leg before the second leg scheduled between 31st July and 2nd August in a yet to be confirmed venue as Sierra Leone is still serving a CAF ban from hosting local match on home soil due to the Ebola epidemic.
The winner of the tie between Sierra Leone and Algeria will automatically qualify for the second edition of the African Championship U-23 scheduled which will run from 28 November to 12 December 2015 in the Senegalese cities of Dakar and Mbour.
Meanwhile, the first three teams of the tournament in Dakar will qualify directly to the Olympics-2016 football tournament while the fourth place team will play a match against a team from Asia.
Algeria’s last participation in the Olympic Games football tournament was back 1980 in Moscow.