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ACFON daily: What to expect in the quarter-finals

By France24
30 January 2022   |   3:35 pm
Burkina Faso and Tunisia gear up for what is expected to be a tightly contested quarter-final on Saturday, while tournament debutants the Gambia go head to head with hosts Cameroon. Our team France 24's team on the ground went to meet the underdogs and find out the key to their unexpected success. Selina Sykes is joined by Eurosport journalist Ruben Slatger to discuss what to expect in the quarter-finals.

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