Stadium: Roumde Adjia Stadium
AFCON resumes as The Super Eagles of Nigeria lock horns with The Eagles of Carthage at the Roumde Adjia Stadium to decide who is going to proceed to the next phase. A repeat of 2019 is here again, will Tunisia finally take revenge?Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Last five matches: WDWWW
The only team that has the perfect start in the group stages with nine points from three matches, conceding one goal throughout the group stage even after alternating their squad.
They started with a 1-0 win over Egypt, a 3-1 win against Sudan and wrapped it up with a 2-0 win against Guinea Bissau. They clinched the top spot in Group D after three wins in three matches.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria are heading into this match having won five matches, drew one in six matches they have played.
Nigeria are ranked 36th best in the world according to FIFA and are playing exciting football in this tournament.
Key player: Moses Simon
Last five matches: WLLWL
After a disappointing group phase with three points out of a possible nine, the Eagles of Cartage have had one of their worst starts in the history of this tournament. They finished Group F in third place below Gambia and Mali who were tied on seven points.
After qualifying as the best loser in the group, their first match in the group stage was nothing to write home about when they lost to Mali courtesy of Sadio Mane's penalty.
They bounced back against a lowly ranked Mauritania scoring four goals after a stellar performance from Wahbi Khazri. They were beaten again in the final phase of the qualifier as the Gambia poured more salt on their injuries, which ended in a 1-0 loss to Tunisia.
Coming from a disappointing outing at the FIFA Arab Cup after losing out on extra time to Algeria in the final, they have to quickly adjust if at all they are to get anything against Nigeria.
The highly-rated North African country are ranked 30th according to FIFA and have now won just two matches in five encounters, losing three.
Key player: Hamza Rafia
Expert Betting Tips
They met in 2019 and it was Nigeria who edged out after defeating Tunisia 1-0 courtesy of Odion Ighalo's only goal.
Nigeria are coming into this match with full dignity but could be harmed by Tunisia due to overconfidence, we are going with a Tunisia win/draw for 2.10.
There will be goals between both teams for 2.50.
Tunisia to qualify for 3.50.