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Cameroon vs Nigeria: TV channel, free stream, kick-off time, odds & match preview

05:22 EAT 03/09/2017
William Troost-Ekong & John Obi Mikel of Nigeria
Super Eagles can confirm their place at next summer’s World Cup in Russia if they defeat the Indomitable Lions on Monday night in Yaounde

Nigeria can all but guarantee their place at next summer's World Cup finals by defeating Cameroon at Stade Ahmadou Ahidjo, Yaoundé on Monday evening.

The Super Eagles are unbeaten in the third round of African qualifying and should they win in the Cameroonian capital, they will have secured their spot in Russia.

Even if Zambia win, a Nigeria victory would leave them needing to win all their remaining games and scoring aplenty to overturn a wide gulf in goal difference in order to reel Gernot Rohr’s team in.

Game Cameroon vs Nigeria
Date Monday, Sept. 4
Time 18:00 WAT / 1:00 ET


In the Nigeria, the game will be available to watch live on television on Super Sport 3 Nigeria, as well as being available to stream online using the BT Sport app.

Nigeria TV channel Online stream
SuperSport 3 Nigeria BT Sport Player

In Cameroon, the match will be available to watch live on television (SuperSport 3 Africa) or using an online stream.

US TV channel Online stream
SuperSport 3 Africa BT Sport Player, beIN SPORTS


Position Nigeria players
Goalkeepers Ezenwa, Alampasu, Ajiboye
Defenders Echiejile, Abdullahi, Troost-Ekong, Balogun, Awaziem, Ebuehi, Aina
Midfielders Mikel, Onazi, Ogu, Ndidi, Agu, Oghenekaro
Forwards Musa, Moses, Simon, Ighalo, Iheanacho, Nwakaeme

Nigeria have a number of options to choose from in this decisive encounter while Anthony Nwakaeme could make his international bow.

The Super Eagles tend to stick to the starting line-up that silenced Cameroon 4-0 in the first leg, with a back four and a midfield anchored by captain John Obi Mikel, while Odion Ighalo is expected to lead the attack.

Potential starting XI:  Ezenwa, Shehu, Troost-Ekong, Balogun, Echiejile, Onazi, Ndidi, Mikel, Moses, Simon, Ighalo

Position Cameroon players
Goalkeepers Ondoa, Bokwe, Goda
Defenders Ngadeu, Teikeu, Mabouka, Castelleto, Leuko, Fai, Banana, Nouhou, 
Midfielders Djoum, Mandjeck, Siani, Anguissa
Forwards Choupa, Aboubakar, Moukandjo, Bassogog, Toko, Nsame, Ngamaleu, Olinga 

Coach Hugo Broos is likely to ring some changes in his team as he hopes for a decent result at home.

Not minding the alterations, Fabrice Ondoa, Vincent Aboubakar and Christian Bassogog are expected to retain their places in the starting line-up.

Potential starting XI: Ondoa; Mabouka, Fai, Teikeu, Ngadeu; Anguissa, Siani, Djoum, Moukandjo, Bassogog; Aboubakar.


Cameroon are 27/20 favourites to win, according to Nairabet , with Nigeria priced at 39/20 to overcome the Indomitable Lions. A draw is available at 23/10.

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Nigeria are unbeaten after three games to lead Group B and they will be eager to take advantage in the race for World Cup qualification when they take to the field in Yaoundé.

The first leg ended in disaster for Hugo Broos’ men as they bowed 4-0 – a result which dented their chances of qualifying for Russia 2018.

Theoretically, the Indomitable Lions have blown away their World Cup chance in Uyo but they will be out in full force to banish their sore memories.

However, if their previous meeting in Godswill Akpabio Stadium is any indication of what is to come on Monday, there will be plenty of caution applied to proceedings.

Indeed, the hosts' task has been made somewhat more difficult following the crises rocking the Cameroon Football Federation.

Nonetheless, with the prize of automatic qualification likely going to the Super Eagles should they win and with Cameroon still fancying their chances, it is sure to be an engaging battle.