All is now set for the friendly game between the Super Eagles ‘B’ team and their Angolan counterparts.
Wednesday’s outing will again afford the home-based Eagles team to show how prepared they are for the task of winning the African Nations Championship, CHAN this year as they file out for their second friendly in as many days.
Fresh from their 3-0 bashing of Premier Soccer League, PSL side AmaTuks, the Coach Sunday Oliseh tutored side will be expecting a sterner test from the Angolans on Wednesday.
Angola finished as runner-up at the 2nd African Nations Championship in Sudan five years ago, while Nigeria finished in third place at the 3rd edition in South Africa in 2014.
Wednesday’s clash fixed for 4.pm comes five days before another top duel – a friendly with Cote d’Ivoire at the same Tuks University Stadium.
After the last test match, the Super Eagles B delegation will fly into Rwanda on January 15, three days before the team trade tackles with neighbours-to-the-north Niger Republic in their first match of the tournament, at the astro-turf Stade Regional Nyamirambo on the outskirts of Kigali.