30 January 2013

Togo/Tunisia: Togo and Tunisia for the Last Ticket?

The African Cup of Nations of football already knows the seven qualified for the quarter-finals of the competition. The last ticket is taken at the end of the third day of matches in Pool D.

If Côte d'Ivoire and Algeria already know their fate in Group D, this is not the case of Tunisia and Togo. The two countries are competing for the last ticket to compete in a decisive match.

The Hawks have the advantage with a differential goal plus one while the Eagles of Carthage have at least two.

A draw is enough for Didier Six's foals to cross for the first time in their history first round stage. While Sami Trabelsi and his men must open the game to score at least one goal and try to find a solution for Emmanuel Adebayor and his teammates.

A mission that can be difficult since the beginning of the competition, the Togolese have always scored, either against the Elephants or against the Algerian who also had two goals.

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