Tomorrow’s FIFA presidential election will go ahead as planned after candidate Prince Ali bin al-Hussein lost a bid to have it suspended.

According to BBC Sports, Prince Ali is unhappy with voting arrangements, but the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Cas) rejected his case.

The Jordanian wanted transparent voting booths to ensure the election to find Sepp Blatter’s successor, is fair.

Prince Ali is one of five contenders looking to succeed the Swiss, who is stepping down from world football’s governing body after 18 years.

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