"The question for us is do we tweak our way of playing against Nigeria before, which has worked quite well, when on the other hand we played very well against Egypt", Baxter told reporters on Tuesday.
"Nobody is ideal in football, sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, but what I believe is that we will win South Africa because we always win them...we always win them, when coming to African Cup of Nations", says Gabriel Hemba, a football player who lives in Abuja, Nigeria.
"Nigeria are absolutely one of the best teams on the continent and have been for a long time".
With a well-deserved victory over the Bafana Bafana of South Africa, President Buhari said he believes like millions of other sports-loving Nigerians, that "the mission of having the trophy in our hands for the fourth time is nearly accomplished for the high flying Eagles". Have your say in the comments section below. "For me, it is also about being consistent you might be a threat there, but if you are not a threat in the next game it doesn't add value into the team because for you to be able to go all the way you have to be consistent in the tournament, especially in the knockout stages".
Rohr was positive about the veteran midfielder's progress, saying: "Mikel is trying to run already, so we will see if he could be fit one time for [South Africa] clash".
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Senegal must wait until Thursday to find out who they will face in their first Afcon semi-final since 2006, with Tunisia and surprise packages Madagascar meeting in Cairo.
Akpeyi is likely to be in goal when the Super Eagles take on Bafana Bafana in the quarterfinals at Cairo International Stadium on Wednesday night (21h00).
Gernot Rohr will be looking at replicating the success of the late Stephen Keshi who last won the AFCON with Nigeria in 2013.
He scored twice and set up Alex Iwobi for the decisive goal in Alexandria as Nigeria rallied from 2-1 down to earn a thrilling 3-2 victory.
Nigeria and South Africa have played on 13 occasions, with the Super Eagles winning five and Bafana four.
For most of the South African contingent, that amount is roughly (on average) four times what they would earn in a single month with their respective clubs.