watch Tunisia vs Cape Verde Live Stream 2015 AFCON

watch Tunisia vs Cape Verde Live Stream 2015 AFCON
    watch Tunisia vs Cape Verde Live Stream 2015 AFCON
    a live score coverage for Sunday's match between Tunisia and Cape Verde in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. Stay tuned as match is due to start at 19:00 GMT (21:00 Cairo time)

    Tunisia take on 2012 winners Zambia while the DRC tackles the Cape Verdeans on Thursday as AFCON 2015 continues to dazzle football fans the world over.

    Tunisia vs Zambia

    It will be a game with a real ebb and flow when giants Tunisia take on 2012 Africa Cup of Nations winners Zambia at the Nuevo Estadio de Ebebiyín in Equatorial Guinea. And it’s not just Zambia, any team that has to face the Tunisians at the 2015 CAN will have their work cut out for them.

    Group G in the qualification round was a group of death in its own right, yet The Eagles of Carthage managed to fly above the likes of Egypt and Senegal, registering 14 points to comfortably win the group.

    Zambia’s own qualification campaign was built on the back of defensive resilience, with the 2012 AFCON victors able to keep a clean sheet in a number of 1-0 victories. Against the Tunisians, an organized defense will be of invaluable essence.

    DR Congo vs Cape Verde

    DR Congo stamped their authority and made their intentions abundantly clear when they upset the Elephants of Ivory Coast 4-3 in their own backyard. If they can summon the spirit they had on that day, they should be able to give the islanders a run for their money.

    Cape Verde are one the new shining stars of football on the African continent. Ranked at number 7 on the latest FIFA CAF rankings, they are not the kind of team anyone can afford to rest on their laurels against.

    Overall, DR Congo vs Cape Verde will be a highly entertaining game of end to end football.

    Cape Verde's lineup: Vozinha, Stopira,Varela, Babanco, Kuca, Gege, Rocha, Calu, Tavares, Mendes, Carlitos.

    DR Congo's lineup: Kidiaba, Mpeko, Kasusula, Mulumbu, Mbokani, Bolasie, Mpela, Mongongu, Cedric, Mabidi, Mangulu.
    Wael Elyamani
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