How To Watch Joe Aribo Play For Nigeria In The AFCON Against Mo Salah’s Egypt

The Africa Cup of Nations kicks off this weekend, so be sure to find out which channels you should tune into for all the action.

When And Where Is The Africa Cup Of Nations?

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The Africa Cup of Nations takes place from 21 January to 19 February 2019 in Egypt. The 16 nations have been split up into four groups, with Group A featuring hosts Egypt, DR Congo, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.

How Can I Watch the Africa Cup of Nations?

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UK TV coverage of the tournament will be airing on BBC One and BBC Four – viewers, however, need a valid TV license to watch games on these channels. The Africa Cup of Nations final will also air live on BBC Two. If you’re looking to stream live coverage of the tournament, then be sure to head over to BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub.

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