AFRICA CUP OF NATIONS QUALIFYING
Sierra Leone vs Nigeria: how and where to watch - times, TV, online
All the information you need on how and where to watch Sierra Leone host Nigeria in 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying Group L on Tuesday.
Sierra Leone vs Nigeria: Africa Cup of Nations qualifying preview
Nigeria travel to Freetown to face Sierra Leone in part two of the countries’ 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying double-header, having seen their 100% Group L record come to an end in dramatic circumstances in the sides’ opening clash.
The Super Eagles looked to be cruising to victory in Benin City in Friday’s qualifier, after establishing a 4-0 lead inside half an hour courtesy of a brace by Alex Iwobi and one goal each from Victor Osimhen and Samu Chukwueze.
But Gernot Rohr’s men were pegged back in sensational fashion as Kwame Quee, Alhaji Kamara (twice) and Mustapha Bundu all netted to earn the Leone Stars an unlikely point.
As long as Lesotho fail to beat Benin in Tuesday’s other Group L fixture, though, a win in Freetown will be enough to see Nigeria bounce back from that disappointment and seal their spot at the finals in Cameroon, which have been postponed until 2022 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Nigerians currently sit top of the group with seven points in three games, one ahead of Benin in the second qualification spot. Sierra Leone’s heroics on Friday moved them on to two points, one more than bottom team Lesotho.
What time does Sierra Leone vs Nigeria kick off?
The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying Group L matchday-four fixture between Sierra Leone and Nigeria will kick off at the Siaka Stevens Stadium, Freetown, on Tuesday 17 November 2020 at the local time of 16:00.
US (ET): 11:00
US (PT): 08:00
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How can I watch Sierra Leone vs Nigeria?
The Nigeria Football Federation will be streaming Sierra Leone vs Nigeria live on its official website:
At the time of writing, it was not clear whether this service will be available to viewers outside of Nigeria.