Cape Town - Nigeria go into Wednesday's encounter with the Bafana Bafana of South Africa knowing fully well that they must come out of the encounter with a point to stand any chance of resurrecting their quest for a place at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco, SuperSport reports.
The Super Eagles lost their first match in Group A to the Red Devils of Congo in an insipid display at the UJ Esuene Stadium over the weekend.
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Despite losing 3-2, the score line must have been flattering to the reigning African champions because on the balance of play, Congo deservedly got the three points at stake, a situation that the Eagles need to remedy going into the all-important clash.
South Africa will be seeking to continue their winning streak after beating Sudan 3-0 away in their first game on Friday.
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