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: Match of the Day: African Cup of Nations

Coverage of today's group D match between tournament heavyweights Nigeria and South Africa. Having failed to make an impact in the last World Cup, both countries will be going all out to be crowned kings of the continent. Premiership fans should get to see some familiar faces in action, including Nigeria's Nwankwo Kanu , Jay-Jay Okocha and Aiyegbeni Yakubu. Plus, highlights of today's other game - Morocco v Benin.
Commentary by Simon Brotherton and Efan Ekoku. Highlights can be seen at 11.50pm (12.10am in Wales) on BBC2
Tunisia v Guinea is tomorrow at 7pm


Unknown: Nwankwo Kanu
Unknown: Jay-Jay Okocha
Unknown: Aiyegbeni Yakubu
Commentary By: Simon Brotherton
Commentary By: Efan Ekoku.

: African ER

1/2. Tash Monie visits Freetown in Sierra Leone, where thousands of people, disfigured and diseased, gather at a volunteer hospital hoping to have their lives transformed.


Unknown: Tash Monie

: Little Britain

Matt Lucas and David Walliams sketch out more comic characters. (AD)


Unknown: Matt Lucas
Unknown: David Walliams

: The Bachelor

2/7. Seven girls will soon be flying home from the French Riviera. But there's lots of fun to be had first. Episode three is on Friday at 10.30pm

: 3 Non-Blondes

: the trio create havoc in Africa

: as 9.30pm

: as 12.30am

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