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Banyana Banyana have been dealt a massive injury blow after forward Thembi Kgatlana was ruled out of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations. Photo: Twitter @Kgatlanathe1st

Banyana Banyana vs Tunisia: Free LIVE STREAM! [WATCH]

Can’t get yourself to a television screen? Watch the Banyana Banyana vs Tunisia WAFCON clash on the live stream below!

Thembi Kgatlana

Banyana Banyana have been dealt a massive injury blow after forward Thembi Kgatlana was ruled out of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations. Photo: Twitter @Kgatlanathe1st

Banyana Banyana are one step away from qualifying for the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup in Australia/New Zealand.

The South African national women’s football team face off against Tunisia in the Women’s AFCON quarter-finals tonight.

The winner will book their place in the Semi-finals and subsequently book their tickets to the World Cup.

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Banyana eased the through the group stages after picking up three wins out of as many matches.

This included a superb opening win against fellow tourmanet favourites Nigeria.

Tunisia on the other hand qualified by finishing as the best 3rd placed team in the group stages. They managed to pick up just three points from as many games.

Banyana vs Tunisia: LIVE STREAM

Live stream via SABCSport’s Twitter channel.

Starting lineup!

South Africa XI: Dlamini, Mbane, Matlou, Ramalepe, Holweni, Kgoale, Jane, Cesane, Motlhalo, Smidt, Seoposenwe.

Ellis urges Banyana to bring ‘A game’

“Our first aim is to qualify for the World Cup and players know why we’re here,” Banyana coach Desiree Ellis told TimesLive.

“We selected the squad for every eventuality. Banyana didn’t expect this and now the versatility is going to come through.

“We’ve trained very well and we’re looking forward to the game. We know it’s going to be a difficult one like any knockout stage game is.

“We’ve got a plan in place and we’ve got players to execute that plan.

“It’s important that we bring our ‘A’ game because we’ve seen what a good side Tunisia is.

“We’ve seen the quality that they have and we’ve always said that we’ll never underestimate any team because you underestimate teams at your peril.”

How to watch live!

Tonight’s WAFCON quarter-final clash between Banyana and Tunisia gets underway at 22:00.

The match will be televised live on SABC1 and SuperSport PSL.

You can also live stream the eagerly anticipated clash on TelkomOne for free. The match will also be streamed on SABC Sport’s social media platforms!

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Banyana Banyana will face Tunisia in the quarter-finals of the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) in Morocco on Thursday, 14 July. Photo: Twitter @Banyana_Banyana