After their hard-earned 1-0 victory over Zambia in their 2023 U17 African Cup of Nations opener last Sunday, the Golden Eaglets of Nigeria will be looking for another victory to advance to the next phase of the campaign when they square off against Morocco on Wednesday.
The Nigerian team won their opening game of the tournament 1-0 thanks to Daniel Favour who struck in the second half of the interesting encounter to place his team in a comfortable position to advance to the next phase of the competition. However, the Golden Eaglets will have put up a more improved performance if they are to get a victory over Morocco, who also started the campaign on a remarkable note.
How will Uduka Ugbade line up his team for the showdown on Wednesday?
The Golden Eaglets' manager is expected to present a very strong team for the contest, knowing full well that the North African lads could threaten their chances of progression to the next phase of the 2023 AFCON.
Check out the possible lineup below:
Odoh: Michael, Olaleke, Lawali, Ugboji, Linus, Abdullahi, Ogbadibo, Owoyemi, Daniel, Williams.
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