Which Channel will show the showdown between Nigeria vs Cape Verde as both teams are looking for a passage to the next phase of the qualifications.
Get all the gist here on how you can watch the match live and direct.
Football fans in Nigeria and around the globe can catch 2022 World Cup qualifiers match between Nigeria vs Cape Verde live streaming and TV channels.
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How To Watch Nigeria vs Cape Verde in Nigeria
Nigerian Television Authority, NTA, the government owned television station in Nigeria will have to partner with FIFA TV to broadcast Nigeria vs Cape Verde to Nigerian Fans. So the question whether the NTA will show Nigeria match depends on the platform in which you access the NTA channel, I know the terrestrial platform will show the match live but if you’re accessing NTA on your gotv or dstv channels, it may not have the right to broadcast the the match live.
Yes I believe the will, since the NTA will be showing the match live, the Africa independent television AIT will connect to NTA to also show the match live. Nigerian fans can turn to it 30 minutes before the start of the match to know whether it will connect to NTA to show the match live.
Nigeria vs Cape Verde TV Channel
Which TV channels across the world will stream live Nigeria vs Cape Verde. In Ghana and Nigeria, SuperSport is the answer and in the UK Sky Sport will be available.
Nigeria vs Cape Verde on SuperSport
SuperSport has the right to cover the live matches. SuperSport Channels can be found on DSTV and GOTV cable. The subscribers of these two TV cables can watch the match live.
SuperSport 9 will be available for the live coverage of the match. Most West African fans and South Africans can hook up with SuperSport on different channels to watch the match between Nigeria vs Cape Verde LIVE.
Watch Nigeria vs Cape Verde in the UK
How to watch Nigeria vs Cape Verde LIVE in the UK?. There are various ways the United Kingdom can watch the match between Nigeria vs Cape Verde the United Kingdom you can explore the best option suitable for you.
Watch Nigeria vs Cape Verde on Sky Sport
Sky Sports will show the match live for the United Kingdom fans and everywhere in the world if you can stream live Sky Sports online.
How to watch in the United State
Fans in the United State can hook up to CNBC TV channel to watch the match between Nigeria vs Cape Verde. You can also watch live streaming on NBC sport.
Other channels available for USA fans are:
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Nigeria will host Cape Verde in the final game of the group stages for the 2022 FIFA World Cup African qualifier in Lagos on Tuesday.
The Super Eagles are sitting atop of group C with 12 points and are closely trailed by Cape Verde who has 10 points.
The 2-0 victory in Tangier over the Lone Star of Liberia meant the Eagles have won all their away matches in this qualifying series, and need only a draw against the Blue Sharks of Cape Verde on Tuesday to progress into the final knockout round of African series for Qatar 2022.They have scored two goals in each of the away games, with a 2-1 defeat of the Sharks on the island on Mindelo and 2-0 defeats of Central African Republic and Liberia in Douala and Tangier respectively.
Nigeria has won four of their five matches played so far, losing one at the Teslim Balogun Stadium to Central African Republic.
For Cape Verde, they have recorded three wins in their five qualifier fixtures, with one draw and one loss to their record.
Both teams are high scoring sides with Nigeria having hit the back of the net eight times in the qualifiers, one more than Cape Verde.
But Cape Verde has conceded five goals as against Nigeria’s two.
Victory or draw against the Sharks will send 12-pointer Super Eagles into the knockout round, with the visitors, who are on 10, needing to win at the Teslim Balogun to make progress at Nigeria’s expense.While Cape Verde is aiming their first ever World Cup appearance, Nigeria has participated in all FIFA World Cup final tournaments since its debut in 1994 in the United States of America, except the 2006 finals in Germany that she missed narrowly after FIFA opted to use the head-to-head rule in the qualifying campaign, which favoured Angola.
Head to head
Nigeria and Cape Verde has met twice. The first was a friendly game in 2013 which ended goalless, while the second was a World Cup qualifier first leg tie which Nigeria won 2-1 on September 7.
The match will be played at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos
The World Cup Qualifiers match between Nigeria vs Cape Verde will kick-off at exactly 5pm Nigeria time.