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Five in-form Super Eagles stars that need to prove themselves against Liberia and Cape Verde in WCQ

Almost all the invited players for the upcoming FIFA world cup qualifiers have arrived at Super Eagles camp in Morocco, ahead of the teams World Cup qualifiers against Liberia and Cape Verde national teams.

The Nigerian national team have been exceptional in the ongoing World Cup qualifications, and they are currently sitting at the top spot of their group table.

Many of the invited players have been exceptional for their respective clubs this season, and their excellent performances made them to get call up to the national team.

Former Manchester United football club star Odion Jude Ighalo was given a surprise invitation by coach Gernot Rohr and he will be looking forward to proving himself for the Super Eagles.

There are some other players that will be looking forward to showing themselves against Liberia and Cape Verde national teams, if they want to get another call-up.

Here are the five in-form Super Eagles players that need to prove themselves against Liberia and Cape Verde in World Cup qualifiers;

Moses Simon of Nantes football club of France

The former Levante football club star has been superb for Nantes FC since the beginning of the season, and he is currently the top assister in French Ligue 1 this season.

Despite his impressive performance in France, Moses Simon has not been doing pretty well for the Super Eagles, and he needs to prove himself if he wants to get another invitation to the team.

Paul Onuachu of KRC Genk football club of Belgium

The Nigerian international has already scored the total number of 12 goals for KRC Genk in all competitions this season, but despite that he has not been getting it right in the Super Eagles, and he needs to prove himself against Liberia and Cape Verde national teams.

Zaidu Sanusi of FC Porto of Portugal

Sanusi was not invited for Super Eagles last two matches against Central Africa Republic national team due to lack of playing time in his club, but he has regained his spot in FC Porto's first eleven and he played all their matches last month, he will need to work hard if he wants to regain his spot in the Super Eagles starting eleven.

Odion Ighalo of Al Shabab football club of Saudi Arabia

The former Watford FC star was recalled to the national team by coach Gernot Rohr, following his outstanding performance for Al Shabab football club this season, and that generated a lot of argument from football lovers. Ighalo needs to prove himself to everyone that he deserves the recall to the national team.

Kevin Akpoguma of Hoffenheim football club of Germany

The Germany-born defender has been one of his team's best defenders this season, but he has not been playing many matches for the Super Eagles due to time to time injury, and he needs to prove himself that Gernot Rohr was right to invite him for the games against Liberia and Cape Verde national teams.

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