Nigeria's U17 male team, the Golden Eaglets will be bidding to bounce back from their last disappointing outing in the ongoing 2023 African Cup of Nations when they take on South Africa in their last group-stage game on Saturday in Algeria.
The Nigerian lads will be going into the match off the back of their 1-0 loss to Morocco in their last outing which halted their passage into the next phase of the competition, and they will be looking for a much-needed win over South Africa to book a slot in the quarter-finals.
How will Nduka Ugbade line up his team for the game on Saturday?
As the Golden Eaglets will be going into the crucial encounter with no injuries or suspension worries, the team manager, Nduka Ugbade is expected to present a very strong team for the game. The likes of Yahaya Lawali, Abubakar Abdullahi, Precious Williams, Favour Daniel, and Usman Owoyemi who have been outstanding with the team are all expected to make the starting lineup on Saturday.
Check out the possible starting lineup below:
The Golden Eaglets had an outstanding performance against Morocco in their last outing, but they were unable to find the back of the net after creating so many chances in the game. Can the Nigerian youngsters get the much-needed win over South Africa to advance to the next quarter-finals?
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