Tunisia face Nigeria in the Africa Cup of Nations third place playoff on Wednesday night, after the two sides both suffered crushing late defeats in their semi-final ties.
The two teams will be hoping to bounce back from their disappointing semi final outings, which saw Senegal and Algeria advance to the final
Check out 90min's preview for Wednesday's big game below.
Where to Watch
|When Is Kick Off?||Wednesday 17 July|
|What Time Is Kick Off?||20:00 (BST)|
|Where Is it Played?||Al Salam Stadium|
|Channel/Live Stream?||EuroSport 2 UK & Fubo TV|
Both sides boast a relatively clean bill of health ahead of Wednesday evening's third place clash.
Nigeria may look to freshen up the tired legs which battled until the very end against Algeria, with Ferjani Sassi and midfielder Marc Lamti the likely replacements for the Super Eagles.
|Tunisia||Mouez; Bronn, Meriah, Hadadi, Khazri; Sassi, Lamti, Skhiri; B Mohamed, Msakni, Khenissi.|
|Nigeria||Akpeyi; Ekong, Omeruo, Awaziem, Collins; Kalu, Musa, Etebo; Chukwueze, Onyekuru; Ighalo.|
Head to Head Record
Nigeria have grown throughout the competition, after an uninspiring pair of wins and a humbling defeat to Madagascar in their group fixtures.
The Super Eagles put in two strong performances against Cameroon and South Africa to reach the semi-final, but a moment of magic from Riyad Mahrez broke Nigerian hearts in the sixth minute of added time.
Here's how each team performed in their last six fixtures:
|Senegal 1-0 Tunisia (14/7)||Algeria 2-1 Nigeria (14/7)|
|Madagascar 0-3 Tunisia (11/7)||Nigeria 2-1 South Africa (10/7)|
|Ghana 1-1 Tunisia -Tunisia won 5-4 on pens (8/7)||Nigeria 3-2 Cameroon (6/7)|
|Mauritius 0-0 Tunisia (2/7)||Madagascar 2-0 Nigeria (30/6)|
|Tunisia 1-1 Mali (28/6)||Nigeria 1-0 Guinea (26/6)|
|Tunisia 1-1 Angola (24/6)||Nigeria 1-0 Burundi (22/6)|
Both teams will still be reeling from their dramatic exits from the competition, but they have to put in one final performance in this tournament. Nigeria have improved during the competition, while Tunisia's only impressive display came against a plucky, but inferior, Madagascar side.
Nigeria will be slightly less fresh than their opponents, but they have the attacking quality to break down the stubborn Tunisian defence and claim third place on Wednesday night.
It's a match neither side was hoping to play, but in the end one of them must win.
Prediction: Tunisia 1-2 Nigeria