The 32nd edition of African Cup of Nations kicks off today in Egypt with the opening match between the host and Zimbabwe in Group A.
This the first time that 24 countries will be taking part in the biennial African football showpiece.
Four cities of Cairo, Alexandria, Suez and Ismailia will host matches of the competition.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles will play in group B based in Alexandria alongside Guinea, Madagascar and Burundi.
Nigeria’s first match is against Burundi tomorrow, Saturday.
The defending champion, Cameroon will play in group F with Ghana, Benin Republic and Guinea-Bissau.
The competition will end on the 19th of next month.
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