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Nigeria vs. Sudan live: watch the match for the African Cup of Nations via Star Plus

Nigeria vs. Sudan LIVE ONLINE | LIVE follows the game for matchday 2 of Group D of the African Cup of Nations, this Saturday January 15 from 11:00 am (Peruvian time). The transmission of one of the most attractive matches today will be in charge of Star + (Star Plus). To watch football live like this match, you have different alternatives for streaming service and TV channels.

The selection of Nigeria will seek the classification to the second round of the African contest, when it is measured with Sudan, an accessible rival on paper. Follow minute by minute, statistics, incidents, goals, interviews and results of the match that will be played at the Roumdé Adjia Stadium.

Nigeria vs. Sudan: match schedules and channels

  • México – 10:00 a.m. – ESPN3 Mexico y Star+ (Star Plus)
  • Peru – 11:00 am Star+ (Star Plus) and ESPN 2
  • Ecuador – 11:00 a.m. Star+ (Star Plus) y ESPN 2
  • Colombia – 11:00 a.m. Star+ (Star Plus) y ESPN 2
  • Bolivia – 12:00 p.m. Star+ (Star Plus) y ESPN 2
  • Venezuela – 12:00 p.m. Star+ (Star Plus) y ESPN 2
  • Paraguay – 1:00 pm Star+ (Star Plus) and ESPN 2
  • Chile – 1:00 p.m. Star+ (Star Plus) y ESPN 2
  • Argentina – 1:00 p.m. Star+ (Star Plus) y ESPN 2
  • Uruguay – 1:00 pm Star+ (Star Plus) and ESPN 2
  • Brasil – 1:00 p.m.
  • España – 5:00 p.m.

Nigeria started its journey in the African Cup, which is played in Cameroon, with a blow of authority, after beating Egypt 1-0 on Tuesday in a match in which Kelechi Iheanacho beat Mohamed Salah.

While the English Leicester striker did not miss a pass from Joe Aribo half an hour into the game to sign what would ultimately be the final 1-0 with a sensational shot, the Liverpool superstar crashed after 70 minutes with the Nigerian goalkeeper Maduka Okoye in the best chance of the Egyptian team.

A faithful reflection of the gray game of the ‘Pharaohs’ who were outperformed at all times by a Nigeria perfectly led by a sensational Wilfred Ndidi, a Leicester player, in midfield.

To break into the top sixteen, Nigeria needs a win. If successful, the ‘Super Eagles’ would appear in their last game against Guinea-Bissau with some variants to give rest to the usual starters.

“We will always maintain the level we established and we are going to watch the next game and approach it with all seriousness and respect”, declared in the previous one, Agustín Eguavoen, coach of Nigeria.

Sudan, African Cup winners in 1970, will be looking to surprise Nigeria after drawing goalless with Guinea-Bissau on their debut.

Nigeria vs. Sudan: probable alignments

Nigeria: Okoye, Aina, Troost-Ekong, Ajayi, Sanusi, Aribo, Ndidi; Chukweze, Iheanacho, Simon y Awoniyi.

Sudan: Abou, Elfadni, Nemer, Karshoum, Mohamedein, Omer, Khidir, Al-Rasheed, A Omer, Nooh y Abdelrahman.


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