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A feast of football friendlies



With the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations looming large, very little is still known on the style of play of South Africa’s first opponents at the finals, Cape Verde, other than that the majority of their players ply their club football trade in Portugal.

SuperSport’s broadcast of the Cape Verdeans’ midweek international friendly against a potential opponent in the latter rounds of the tournament, Ghana, will offer South Africans a glimpse of the team that will be an enigma to many in 2013.

The match is live on SuperSport 7 from 8:55pm on Wednesday.

Even though Bafana have played the Cape Verdeans twice before, in 2006 World Cup qualifiers seven years ago, their lack of appearances at major international tournaments makes them a relatively unknown opponent.

SuperSport’s midweek broadcast of international friendlies include world champion Spain’s encounter with Panama and a mouth-watering clash between Holland and Germany.

BROADCAST DETAILS (All times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

Wednesday, November 14

Cape Verde v Ghana
SS7 (8:55pm)

Gabon v Portugal
SS1HD, SS4, Maximo (9.25pm)

Holland v Germany
SS3 (9:25pm)

Panama v Spain
SS4HD, SS7 (11:25pm)

Thursday, November 15

Brazil v Colombia
SS2HD, SS7, Maximo (1:55am)

Bolivia v Costa Rica
SS3 (1:55am)

Honduras v Peru
SS3 (3:55am)



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