The World Cup qualifiers match continues today with Nigeria hosting Cape Verde at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium. Nigeria hopes to continue in their winning streak when they face Cape Verde today after they defeated Liberia last weekend with 2-0 scorelines.
Cape Verde on the other hand would love to overtake the Super eagles in the group C table by defeating them today. Most teams will get into action in the CAF qualifications today, hoping to continue on their winning ways or return to their winning streak. This article consists of three teams that may lose in today's fixtures as a result of tough fixtures or lack of form.
Below are today's fixtures in the CAF qualifications.
Algeria vs Burkina Faso
Mauritania vs Equatorial Guinea
Tunisia vs Zambia
Nigeria vs Cape Verde
Liberia vs Central African Republic
Mozambique vs Malawi
Cameroon vs Ivory Coast
Egypt vs Gabon
Libya vs Angola
Morocco vs Guinea
Here are the three teams that may lose;
The Super Eagles will host strong Cape Verde today in a CAF qualifications encounter. Nigeria might crumble to an embarrassing defeat as Cape Verde would love to overtake Nigeria by putting in their possible best to win the match. Nigeria sits in the first position in the group C table and their rival Cape Verde might defeat them to top the table.
Reason: lack of form.
Another team that may lose in today's fixture is Gabon, they will be traveling to the Cairo International Stadium to lock horns with Egypt today. Egypt is a very strong team and might continue in their winning ways when they face Gabon. Egypt would love to maintain its first position in the Group F table by defeating Gabon when they meet.
Reason: strong fixture.
Cameroon might encounter a devasting defeat today when they face Ivory Coast in the CAF qualifications fixture. Both teams are struggling to maintain their first position. Ivory Coast has been impressive and might defeat Cameroon to maintain their position in the Group D table.
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