The home-based Super Eagles will be fired for victory against whipping boys Equatorial Guinea on Tuesday night as they have been promised win bonuses for their first two matches at 2018 CHAN. The CHAN Eagles drew with Rwanda 0-0 in their opening and that should have earned them half of what is their win-bonus. The overall winners will stay put in Tangier and take on the runners-up of Group D, while the runners-up in Group C battle winners of Group D for a place in the semi-finals. Congo top Group D after two rounds of matches with maximum six points, while Angola are second on four points. Burkina Faso are third with a point, while Cameroon have already crashed out of the tournament after they lost their first two games.
Source: Libya Today January 21, 2018 12:00 UTC