The Nigeria Home-base team will Sunday leave the Capital City of Kigali for Rubavu ahead of their last group game against Guinea.
The last set of games in Group C will take place on Tuesday and the Eagles will be looking to confirm their place in the last eight as they take on the Guinea team at the 5,000 capacity Umuganda Stadium in Gisenyi.
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Presently, Nigeria are top in Group C with 4 points from two games, the development means that the Eagles need at least a point in the game against the Guinea team to be firmly assured of their place in the final eight of the CHAN tournament.
Tunisia denied Nigeria an early berth in the Last Eight as they forced Nigeria to a 1-1 draw.
CHAN top scorer, Chisom Chikatara put the Eagles ahead but the North Africans restored parity as Ahmed Akachi leveled scores for the Tunisians.
Guinea on their part are hanging on not to crash having required to come back twice to rescue a 2-2 draw with Niger 2-2. It was the same scenario in their group opener against Tunisia.