South Africa name Rantie, Dolly to lead pack against Eagles

By Daily Sports on June 10, 2017

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Bafana Bafana have announced their starting XI for tomorrow’s AFCON qualifier against hosts Nigeria in Uyo with Tekelo Rantie leading the attack as expected.

Rantie scored twice when both teams clashed at the same venue three years ago.

According to the official Twitter handle of the South Africa national team, Midfielder Keagan Dolly has been preferred in the heart of the midfield to the more experienced Andile Jali.

France-based forward Kermit Erasmus, who coach Stuart Baxter said will face a late fitness test, did not make the starting XI.

South Africa starting line up v Nigeria –  Khune, Mphahlele, Langerman, Mathoho, Hlatshwayo (c), Furman, Zungu, Zwane, Dolly, Vilakazi, Rantie

*Photo shows coach Baxter.

Source Daily Sports

Posted June 10, 2017

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