GOtv says it will broadcast Friday’s 2018 World Cup qualifier between Super Eagles and the Algeria in Constantine.
The Eagles hope to wrap up their qualifying campaign in style and use the match as part of the preparations for the tournament in Russia next year.
The World Cup qualifiers continue on Saturday with Zambia playing Cameroon in their final Group B match. Ivory Coast will also play Morocco.
John Ugbe, Managing Director, MultiChoice Nigeria, said GOtv would continue to keep to its promise of bringing quality entertainment to its subscribers.
“Football and GOtv share a peculiar feature – they are a delight in every home. As such, our subscribers can sit back and join the rest of Africa in enjoying the last matches of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. We will continue to bring the best of sports to our subscribers,” he said.
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