AFCON 2013 qualifiers: Eagles to meet Liberia in final qualifying round

The Super Eagles of Nigeria will have to defeat Liberia in order to be earn a ticket to the 2013 Africa Nations Cup to be hosted by South Africa.

The two time Africa Champions have been pitched against Liberia for the final round of qualifiers for the continental showpiece.

Both Nigeria and Liberia failed to make it to the last edition of the Africa Cup of Nations jointly hosted by Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

But the Super Eagles team made up of home based stars handed out a 2-0 defeat to Liberia in a friendly game played in Monrovia earlier this year.
Going by the result, the Super Eagles have a fair chance at the Nation’s cup qualifier.

According to the roster by the Confederation of African Football, Nigeria will be heading to Monrovia for the first leg games which  will be played on the weekend of September 7-9, with the reversed fixtures scheduled for the weekend of October 12-14.

The winner between Nigeria and Liberia, will join 14 other African countries also involved in qualifying matches; to join hosts – South Africa- for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations next January.

2013 Africa Cup of Nations Final qualifying round fixtures:

Liberia V Nigeria
Mali v Botswana
Zimbabwe Vs Angola
Ghana Vs Malawi
Liberia Vs Nigeria
Zambia Vs Uganda
Cape Verde Vs Cameroon
Mozambique Vs Morocco
Sierra Leone Vs Tunisia
Guinea Vs Niger Republic
Sudan Vs Ethiopia
Libya Vs Algeria
Cote d’Ivoire Vs Senegal
DR Congo Vs Equatorial Guinea
Gabon Vs Togo
Central African Republic Vs Burkina Faso


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