Namibia (@1.2) vs Nigeria (@4.5)
16-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Namibia will win

Namibia – Nigeria Match Prediction | 16-10-2019 02:00

Bafana Bafana lost twice in the group stages, with their opener being a 1-0 loss to the Ivory Coast and then their closing match of the round being a loss to Morocco by the very same score. However, they went through via lone win over Namibia, which ended up being enough to get them a Round of 16 berth. If Nigeria have had a roller coaster campaign so far, then there are no words for South Africa. Not much was expected, but they knocked out hosts Egypt late in the going to move to this quarterfinal. In their last year, they have three wins, two wins on penalties, five draws, a penalty loss, and two losses.

South Africa were second best against New Zealand in their 2019 RWC opener and they now face minnows Namibia in a game that they will get to try out some new combinations having changed almost their entire side. Some fringe players will get a chance to impress against the Namibians and they should still claim a comfortable victory, but their opponents will be desperate to at least cross the whitewash after they were hammered 87-0 in their last meeting at the 2011 RWC.

The provisional visitors missed a huge opportunity to record a draw in their first game on the tournament. They won five out of those last nine matches and Peter Shalulile, who plays in the South African Premier League, was the only player who scored three goals during that period. As a result, it is hard to expect they will be able to fight for the place in the knockout phase.

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We think that South Africa may find it difficult to score against this Nigeria team who should score one, at least. Lets see what happens. the best betting odds). Thats why our selection here is for a very competitive encounter with a 1-0 winning score for Nigeria at the end of this one. All of our predictions, stats and the user poll for Nigeria v South Africa are shown below (inc.

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Winger Thebinkosi Lorch grabbed the goal that sent his team to this dream quarterfinal, marking the 25 year olds very first goal for his nation. They will hope his form keeps up ahead of this match. In midfield, Bongani Zungu, the Amiens man, has also shown very well so far. Not only has he scored in the tournament but he is also one of their most experienced players and thus will be asked to do a lot of work in the heart of midfield.

Clearly, the Super Eagles are the better of the sides on paper, but paper does not determine winners. It's been a wild tournament so far, and Bafana Bafana could just pull off another shock here. Expert Verdict: It would be very easy to say that Nigeria are huge favorites here, due to South Africa's showing in the group stages, but they somehow managed to get past Egypt, the hosts, and they come into this match having not lost very often in recent times, particularly against Nigeria.