Lagos - The 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier between
South Africa and Nigeria will be played in Cape Town.
The Super Eagles face Rwanda at home on September 6 in their
opening match of the qualifying campaign before traveling to South Africa for
the Bafana Bafana clash at the Cape Town Stadium on September 10.
Nigeria are in Group A with South Africa, Rwanda and Sudan
and the defending African Champions are expected to cruise through and qualify
for the African showpiece being hosted by Morocco in January – February 2015 .
The last time Nigeria played in Cape Town was
during the African Nations Championship (Chan) in January 2014 where along the
way to finishing runners up they beat hosts South Africa 3-1.
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