Tuesday, 14 October 2014
Nigeria hopes to bounce back from defeat against Sudan
The Super Eagles are at the bottom of Group A and hope they can really kick start their African Cup of Nations Qualifier against Sudan with a comfortable and convincing victory.
Stephen Keshi is under immense
pressure to get his first win after three poor performances. Nigeria just has a point from three games while their counterpart have three, after their victory against the Super Eagles.
The Sudanese are still
basking in the euphoria of their first victory against the Super Eagles in several decades come into this game full of optimism and will be seeking a double against Nigeria.
A Victory for the Super Eagles will see them
move up to third with four points and hope the South Africa - Congo game ends in atleast a draw to still be in contention for a place in Morocco where they hope to defend their Title.