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Afcon third place match: live blog



The final is one day away but today should still hold some good football. Welcome to our coverage of the runner up match for Afcon 2013.

Mali v Ghana - Text Commentary

We will combine live updates, comments and your tweets in this blog around the matches.

The match is available via live streaming and will also be televised live on SuperSport. For all broadcast details, click here.

Mali beat Ghana a year ago in Malabo to take third place at the last edition in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. Now they face each other in the runner up match again. Both sides return to the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium after beginning their campaigns in Port Elizabeth. Who will take third place by winning in today’s match?

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