Morocco vs Nigeria by Sureseye
The Super Eagles were 3-1 better than host South Africa last round with great strides in attack line spearheaded by Ejike’s brilliance. A later resurgence after the lackluster performance at the opener didn’t see them go beyond coming second in the group behind Mali who won all matches. Coach Stephen Keshi knows his side must do better in the defence line (which was appreciably well managed by goalkeeper Agbim in last match) while also continuing to play strong in attack that has recorded 8 goals in 3 matches. He will be without reliable defender Solomon Kwambe, who was sent off for a second bookable offence against Bafana Bafana.
A football spectacle will be expected from two attacking team with sloppy defences which hasn’t been too much under the best of attacking threats and no doubt odds are not well represented.
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|Over 2.5||BetVictor||3.00||8||3-3 WON (+16 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.