Ivory Coast vs South Africa FREE: TV channel, live stream, team news and kick-off time for Africa Cup of Nations clash

THE Africa Cup of Nations continues today with Ivory Coast vs South Africa.

Arsenal target Wilfried Zaha is looking to inspire the 2015 winners to glory while the Bafana Bafana have not won the Afcon since 1996.

Wilfried Zaha is looking to inspire the Ivory Coast to Afcon glory
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When is Ivory Coast vs South Africa?

Ivory Coast vs South Africa kicks off at 3.30pm BST today.

That is 2.30pm in the Ivory Coast, and 4.30pm in South Africa.

The Group D match takes place at the Al Salam Stadium in Cairo.

What TV channel and live stream is it on?

The match will be broadcast live on Eurosport in the UK.

You can live stream this match via the Eurosport Player from £4.99 a month.

Can I live stream Ivory Coast vs South Africa for free?

The EuroSport player is available via free trial on Amazon Prime.

You can choose between a 7-day free trial, which will cost £6.99-a-month thereafter, and a 30-day trial which will cost £7.99-a-month if not cancelled.

All AFCON 2019 Fixtures and results

GROUP STAGES

Friday June 21

Egypt 1-0 Zimbabwe

Saturday June 22

DR Congo 0-2 Uganda

Nigeria 1-0 Burundi

Guinea 2-2 Madagascar

Sunday June 23

Morocco 1-0 Namibia

Senegal 2-0 Tanzania

Algeria 2-0 Kenya

Monday June 24

Ivory Coast v South Africa

Tunisia v Angola

Mali v Mauritania

Tuesday June 25

Cameroon v Guinea-Bissau

Ghana v Benin

Wednesday June 26

Nigeria v Guinea

Uganda v Zimbabwe

Egypt v DR Congo

Thursday June 27

Madagascar v Burundi

Senegal v Algeria

Kenya v Tanzania

Friday June 28

Tunisia v Mali

Morocco v Ivory Coast

South Africa v Namibia

Saturday June 29

Mauritania v Angola

Cameroon v Ghana

Benin v Guinea-Bissau

Sunday June 30

Burundi v Guinea

Madagascar v Nigeria

Uganda v Egypt

Zimbabwe v DR Congo

Monday July 1

Namibia v Ivory Coast

South Africa v Morocco

Kenya v Senegal

Tanzania v Algeria

Tuesday July 2

Benin v Cameroon

Guinea-Bissau v Ghana

Angola v Mali

Mauriotania v Tunisia

ROUND OF 16

Friday July 5

TBC v TBC

TBC v TBC

Saturday July 6

TBC v TBC

TBC v TBC

Sunday July 7

TBC v TBC

TBC v TBC

Monday July 8

TBC v TBC

TBC v TBC

QUARTER-FINALS

Wednesday July 10

TBC v TBC

TBC v TBC

Thursday July 11

TBC v TBC

TBC v TBC

SEMI-FINALS

Sunday July 14

TBC v TBC

TBC v TBC

THIRD PLACE PLAY-OFF

Wednesday July 17

TBC v TBC

FINAL

Friday July 19

TBC v TBC

Why is Wilfried Zaha playing for Ivory Coast?

WILFRIED ZAHA would be a valuable asset to the England national team, but instead he’ll be playing for Ivory Coast this summer.

A star in the Premier League and frequently linked with a move away to some of Europe’s biggest clubs, some people may be wondering why the forward did not play a part in England’s World Cup run last year.

Last summer, CNN Sport asked the Crystal Palace star why he committed his future to Ivory Coast in 2016.

Zaha,26, responded by saying, “I was rejected from the England side”, adding that he “didn’t get picked or even get a look in for four years.”

He then went on to say, “Four years in football is a long time so there’s no regret at all.”

While he was born in Africa, it’s clear from his words last year that he only switched national allegiance because he wasn’t being selected for the England team.

Zaha has two caps for England, which he earned against Sweden and Scotland respectively in 2012 and 2013.

He also made 13 appearances for the England U21s between 2012 and 2013.

Despite appearing in two matches for the country he has lived in since the age of four, he was able to switch his national allegiance because he hadn’t played for England in a competitive match.

This would have made the forward illegible to make the switch to Ivory Coast.

Team news

Full squads:

Ivory Coast

Ibrahim Kamara’s final squad

Goalkeepers: Sylvain Gbohouo, Badra Ali Sangare, Tape Ira Eliezer

Defenders: Serge Aurier, Wilfried Kanon, Cheick Comara, Mamadou Bagayoko, Ismael Traore, Souleyman Doumbia, Wonlo Coulibaly

Midfielders: Max Gradel, Serey Die, Franck Kessie, Jean Michael Seri, Victorien Angban, Ibrahim Sangare, Jean-Philippe Gbamin

Forwards: Wilfried Bony, Jonathan Kodjia, Roger Assale, Nicolas Pepe, Maxwell Cornet, Wilfried Zaha

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