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Nigeria has a perfect opportunity to finish the group stage with a perfect record when they come up against a struggling Guinea Bissau from 10 pm.
Bissau is yet to win a match so far having played to a barren draw with Sudan in the opening match before losing by a solitary goal to Egypt in the next.
The Super Eagles on the other hand have won their first two encounters – edging Egypt 1-0 in their first match before overcoming Sudan 3-1 in the next.
No team is yet to win all its three group stage matches in the ongoing AFCON and Nigeria have a perfect opportunity to achieve this tonight.
Leicester hosts Spurs at the King Power Stadium with the kickoff set for 10:30 pm. On the back of an EFL Cup exit at the hands of Chelsea, Spurs will be looking to bounce back.
Antonio Conte is yet to suffer a league defeat as Spurs manager and the London club can climb back into the top five of the English top-flight table with a victory, while Leicester sits 10th, having not played a league game since the turn of the year.
Leicester, managed by Brendan Rogers, sit 10th on 25 points from 18 matches, with no team outside of the bottom six conceding more than the 33 goals that they have shipped in league action. They are eager to return to action in style by collecting the maximum points tonight.
Under-pressure Manchester United travel away to Brentford in a game scheduled for an 11 pm kick off.
The Red Devils are currently seventh in the table, five points behind fourth-placed West Ham United, while Brentford occupies 14th position, 10 points clear of the relegation zone.
Brentford has won five, drawn nine and lost 10 of their 21 Premier League matches this season to collect 23 points, which has left them in 14th position in the table.
They won back-to-back games against Aston Villa and Port Vale in the league and FA Cup earlier this month but have lost their last two against Southampton and Liverpool in the league, conceding seven times in the process and scoring just once.
Man United enter the contest off the back of a 2-2 draw with Aston Villa on Saturday night; the Red Devils took a two-goal lead at Villa Park courtesy of a brace from Bruno Fernandes but conceded twice in the latter stages to share the points with Steven Gerrard's side.
The performance was arguably the team's best since Ralf Rangnick's took over but it was a further indication of their shortcomings, having been unable to hold off the pressure from the home side.
The Red Devils have picked up 32 points from their 20 matches, which has left them in the seventh spot in the table, five points behind fourth-placed West Ham with two games in hand.