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Fans share predictions for highly-anticipated South Africa, Nigeria AFCON clash

By Reuters
10 July 2019   |   9:03 am
South Africa will keep Nigeria guessing over the approach they will adopt in their Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) quarter-final on Wednesday after diverting from their usual style in the 1-0 win over hosts Egypt.

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