Where to watch Super Falcons of Nigeria vs South Africa

July 3rd 2022, 4:30:00 pm

See where to watch the Super Falcons of Nigeria against the Bayana Bayana of South Africa.

Nigeria vs South Africa kicks off at 6PM in Morocco

On Monday, June 4, 2022 Nigeria and South Africa have another day in the sun as the Super Falcons and Banyana Banyana go to war for three points, in the opening game of Group C of the 12th Women Africa Cup of Nations.

In the final match of the first edition of Aisha Buhari Women’s Tournament, the youthful Banyana squad recorded a spectacular 4-2 victory against Nigeria at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena in Lagos.

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Here is how your can watch the Super Falcons against the Bayana Bayana of South Africa.

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The Super Falcons go for three points at the Moulay Hassan Stadium against the Bayana Bayana.

Coach Randy Waldrum gave his thoughts ahead of the Super Falcons battle against Desiree Ellis Bayana Bayana squad.

He said, “Naturally, this is a very big game and we are looking forward to it. It is also a game that should be a good advertisement for African women football. When you have Nigeria playing South Africa at the senior women level, it is a treat.

“Our objectives and expectations remain the same: to earn a ticket to the World Cup and to win the trophy. We will take it one match at a time. It is interesting to play South Africa first, and we can move ahead from there.”

Team captain Onome Ebi, also is aware of the importance of the game against South Africa.

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She said, “For me, it is a good thing that we are playing South Africa first. It is a strong team and that will make our team to be strong and to give our best from the very beginning.

“I have won this trophy several times but I still have the hunger to win it, and also to go to a sixth World Cup. We will look first to pick up the World Cup ticket, and then the trophy.”

Nigeria will be without first choice goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie for the group opener against South Africa in Morocco.

The game will kick off at 6PM Nigerian time and be available to watch on DSTV.


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