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African Cup of Nations qualification Group E Previevs: Nigeria wants Afcon ticket to South Africa


Great pressure on Libya is ahead of their struggles against Seychelles, because they have to win to have a chance

South Africa vs Nigeria

Bafana Bafana were held at 0-0, but were pressured on them to avoid slipping as they faced Super Eagles in their fifth qualifier match 2019. Afcon on Saturday.

Stuart Bacter's men will be eager to put their tireless display against Pirates in Victoria and provide an automatic qualification card for Cameroon with a match that will be booked at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.

Last year, Bacter's side made the winning start of its Afcon qualification, defeating Super Eagles 2-0 at Godsville's Akpabio International Stadium – a triumph that placed them above the men of Geront Rohr.

However, a dwarf at home with Liiba and a forgotten guest in Seychelles saw that South Africans arrived in Nigeria on a table.

On the other hand, Nigeria hopes to revenge its defeat in Uio Plus, and do it in the competition after missing the last two editions.

Despite the missing key legs in Francis Uzoch, Odion Ighalo and Vilfred Ndidi, the triple African kings will count on hot Alec Ivobi, Samuel Chukvueze, for Bacter's men to submit their fans.

Seychelles against Libya

The Mediterranean knights will desperately hope that their ambitions for qualifications will return to life when they face the pirates at Stade Linite, Victoria.

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The Libyans won first prize after they started qualifying for Cameroon in 2019, with a healthy 5-1 win over Seychelles in Cairo in June last year.

After a riot in Nigeria, Favzie Al-Issavi and his people know that only the victories in the last two games that start against men Gavin Jeanne are reviving their chances to reach Cameroon.

The hosts, for their part, who are already familiar with the recorded recordings in the qualifications, want to play for pride and avoid the defeat of the fall against North Africans.

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