The African Cup of Nations qualifiers between Nigeria and Guinea-Bissau will be live on StarTimes World Football channel this Friday at 5 p.m.Information Guide Nigeria
Nigeria is projected to field a strong team, with some of the continent’s most skilled players, such as Victor Osimhen and Wilfred Ndidi, on the roster.
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Osimhen, who has already scored 15 goals for his country, ranks ninth all-time in scoring with the highest goal-to-game ratio of anyone in the top 10.
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The hosts are now unbeaten at home since 2021 and will be eager to put on a dominant performance in front of an excited home crowd on Friday.NYSC Portal
Guinea-Bissau, on the other side, will be hoping to pull off an upset and secure a spot in the AFCON tournament.
Following a string of bad results on the road, Friday’s visitors face yet another difficult assignment on the road, where they have won just one of their last nine matches across all competitions.
Nigeria finished 2022 with a dismal run of results, but their first game in 2023 presents a strong opportunity to get back on track. We expect the home team to comfortably repel their visitors at the end of 90 minutes.
All AFCON Qualifiers matches are broadcast live on StarTimes sports networks.
“Non-StarTimes subscribers can stream the matches live on StarTimes-ON mobile app on the N800 weekly MAX VIP subscription. Active StarTimes subscribers on classic and super bouquet can stream the matches live on their mobile phones via the StarTimes-ON streaming app at no extra cost by linking their smartcard numbers to StarTimes-ON apps,” Lazarus Ibeabuchi, PR Manager, StarTimes Nigeria, said.JAMB Result