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Russia 2018: Abedi tips Eagles to fly over Indomitable Lions

By Chidera Akalonu

Ghanian soccer legend, Abedi Pele has tipped Super Eagles to beat Cameroon in September’s back-to-back Russia 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
The Super Eagles are currently on top of Group B table with 6 points from two matches with the Indomitable Lions managing just 2 points from two matches.
And the former Ghana captain believes that the Super Eagles are well placed to book a ticket to Russia despite Cameroon being current Africa champions.
“Nigeria and Ghana have plenty things in common and I must say if I’m not a Ghanaian, I would have been a Nigerian; we have so much in common and with that, I will predict wins in the two games for Nigeria,” Ayew told AOIFootball.com.
The Indomitable Lions are looking to cause a major setback to the Eagles when the two meet in Uyo for the World Cup qualifier on September 1, with the return leg expected four days later in Yaounde.

-Sun

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