Nigeria will meet Ivory Coast on Sunday as the two countries seek to win the title of African champion in the final of the African Cup of Nations.
Nigeria prevailed for most of the Africa Cup of Nations until a tense semi-final with South Africa, which ended in a penalty shootout, with Leicester City's Kelechi Iheanacho scoring the winning penalty.
Ivory Coast, the host of the tournament, suffered a bad start to the tournament and sacked its coach, Jean-Louis Gasset, after a humiliating 4-0 defeat against Equatorial Guinea. However, they qualified for the knockout stages as the best third-placed team and then proceeded to eliminate holders Senegal, in-form Mali and DR Congo in the semi-finals to book their place in the final.
Nigeria are looking to secure their fourth Africa Cup of Nations title, while Ivory Coast will win a third if they can end their exceptional campaign with a win in the country's capital, Abidjan.
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When and where is the Africa Cup of Nations final?
Host Nigeria will face Ivory Coast on Sunday, February 11, at 8pm GMT. The match will be held at Alassane Ouattara Stadium in Abidjan.
Is the final on TV?
The Africa Cup of Nations final will be broadcast live on BBC 3 as well as the main Sky Sports and Premier League channels.
How to watch online
The match will be broadcast live on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport apps and websites. Sky Sports customers can access coverage via the Sky Go app and website.
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Nigeria: Nwabale, Trust Ekong, Ajayi, Bassey, Aina, Osei-Samuel, Onyeka, Iwobi, Simon, Lookman, Osimhen.
Cote d'Ivoire: Fofana, Konan, Ndika, Bole, Sengo, Kessie, Seri, Sekou Fofana, Adingra, Haller, Gradel.
Ivory Coast had an impressive run and had a huge following at home, while Nigeria were the better team in the tournament. It's a narrow call. Nigeria won their group stage match 1-0, but we expect the Ivorians to come out on top this time. Nigeria 1-2 Ivory Coast.
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