2013 Africa Cup of Nations City Guides
The 2010 World Cup hosts are at it again, and this time five venues have been selected to host 32 Nations Cup encounters
Goal.com profiles the five cities in the Rainbow Nation, bringing you closer to the Afcon action on the pitch by introducing you to the place and people off of it.
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Manchester United - Leicester City
- West Ham United - Manchester United
- Manchester United - Burnley
- Swansea City - Manchester United
- Manchester United - Sunderland
- Newcastle United - Manchester United
- Manchester United - Tottenham
- Liverpool - Manchester United
- Manchester United - Aston Villa
- Manchester United - Manchester City
- Chelsea FC - Manchester United
- Everton - Manchester United
- Manchester United - West Bromwich Albion
- Crystal Palace - Manchester United
- Manchester United - Arsenal FC
- Hull City - Manchester United
Most Popular Predictions
Manchester United 4-0 Leicester City
- 26.09 %
Manchester United 3-0 Leicester City
- 13.04 %
Manchester United 3-1 Leicester City
- 13.04 %
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"I want to say we should be careful against the Ethiopians. They may not have the quality of our players, but we should not underrate them in anyway.
"We should take it easy. Prepare hard. Play hard and get the result from the first game in Addis Ababa. We should respect them and give them their due.
"We have the advantage and we must use it well," Akpoborie sounded off.
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