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Football | Afcon 2019

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Afcon matchday 4: live blog



Welcome to our coverage of matchday 4 of Afcon 2013.

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

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

Ivory Coast v Togo- Text Commentary

Tunisia v Algeria - Text Commentary

Ivory Coast topped the Fifa ranking, with regards to the African continent, last year and produced the best two Caf players of the year, Yaya Toure and Didier Drogba. However, there have been some upsets in this tournament already and a Drogba v Adebayor stand off could produce some interesting results.

Algeria will be facing off against their neighbours Tunisia. When the two sides last met in a friendly match, in 2011, it was Algeria who edged Tunisia 1-0. However, both teams will be gunning for maximum points as they will not want to face Ivory Coast or Togo knowing they have to win those matches.

Follow the action right here and use #SSFootball to leave your comments through Twitter. We'll pull the best of them into our coverage below.



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