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Nigeria vs Argentina LIVE on Kwesé Free Sports

Nigeria vs Argentina LIVE on Kwesé Free Sports

15:00 SAST | 13 Nov 2017

Nigeria vs Argentina, Portugal vs USA, Liverpool vs Southampton, Brazil Serie A and EFL Championship on Kwesé Sports.

The Super Eagles have qualified for the 2018 FIFA World Cup after topping Group B of the CAF qualification, ahead of Algeria, Cameroon and Zambia. On Tuesday (14 November) you can catch the International Friendly between Nigeria and Argentina, being played in the Russian city of Krasnodar. 

Kwesé Sports is broadcasting the FIFA World Cup (all games LIVE), which kicks off in Russia in June 2018. Nigerian fans can get in the mood for the world's greatest sporting celebration, by tuning in to Kwesé Free Sports for this friendly (KFS, 14 November at 18:30 CAT).

And then after that match you can catch another international friendly: Portugal vs USA (KFS, 14 November at 22:45 CAT). The USA failed to qualify for the FIFA World Cup, the first time this has happened since 1986, but Portugal are in and will look to their talisman - Cristiano Ronaldo - to deliver them a first title. This match comes to you LIVE from Estadio Algarve in Portugal and no doubt head coach Fernando Santos will use it as an opportunity to try out Portuguese combinations ahead of Russia 2018.

Senegal are also through to the FIFA World Cup, after beating South Africa over the weekend. Sadio Mané is a star player for Senegal and will hopefully be fully fit and rearing to go when June 2018 rolls around. Right now he is giving his club side Liverpool concerns with a recurrence of a hamstring tweak. Hopefully he'll be ready to run out for the Reds when they take on Southampton on Saturday. Watch that game LIVE on Kwesé Free Sports this weekend (KFS, 18 November at 17:00 CAT).

This week Kwesé Sports also broadcasts a bunch of EFL Championship matches. Wolverhampton are looking strong at the top of the EFL Championship as they fight for a return to the Premier League, since being relegated back in 2012. Their squad includes a number of African players, notably Carl Ikeme (Nigeria), Phil Ofosu-Ayeh (Ghana) and Bright Enobakhare (Nigeria). Don't miss Reading vs Wolves (KS1, 18 November at 17:00 CAT). And in other EFL Championship action Preston North End take on Bolton Wanderers (KFS, 17 November at 21:45 CAT); Fulham host Derby (KS1, 18 November at 19:30 CAT) and Leeds United meet Middlesbrough (KS1, 19 November at 15:15 CAT).

Unsurprisingly, Brazil have also confirmed their place at the FIFA World Cup. Indeed, they are the only country to appear at all World Cups. If you're a fan of the Brazilian football then check out Brazil Serie A - which is the most valuable sports league in the southern hemisphere. There are a few intriguing clashes coming up this week, including Fluminense vs Ponte Preta (KS1, 18 November at 23:00 CAT) and Palmeiras vs Sport (KFS, 17 November at 0:00 CAT).

Kwesé Sports is for the fan, and especially for the African football fan. Even if it means busting a gut, or tweaking a hamstring, we'll go all out to give Africa access to the world's biggest matches.  

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