The Super Eagles of Nigeria will take will be facing Algeria in one of the semi-final fixtures which has been aptly described as a battle of West Africa Vs North Africa.
Similarly, Senegal will be going head to head with Tunisia in the other fixture as the African countries battle to win the much coveted Africa Cups of Nations.
While the match between Senegal and Tunisia will be played at the 14 July Stadium at 5pm West African time, Nigeria will be facing Algeria at the Cairo International Stadium and kicks off 8pm.
It was revealed that the Super Eagles will face Algeria after the Desert Warriors defeated and eliminated Ivory Coast in a penalty shootout after a 1-1 draw; with Tunisia also defeating Madagascar by 3 – 0 to set up a crunchy semi-final encounter with Senegal.
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