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CAR v NIGERIA: Match Preview And Possible Starting XI

The Nigeria Super Eagles will continue it's quest for a place in 2022 World Cup in Qatar a as they face, Central Africa Republic in one of the CAF World Cup Qualifiers fixtures slated for tomorrow.

The Super Eagles and all Nigerian football enthusiasts witnessed a shocking results on Thursday in Lagos as stars studded Super Eagles team failed to soar pass it's little known Opponents in Lagos.

Central Africa Republic, a little known football nation shocked the football fraternity, defying the booker's odds to sting a stars studded Super Eagles team infront of its fans at the Telsim Balogun Stadium Lagos, Nigeria.

Tomorrow, the Super Eagles will square up against the Central Africa Republic in a reverse fixture in Douala, Cameroon.

The Nigeria National team arrived the Cameroon capital, Douala, in the early hours of today on board an Air Peace Airline and will have it's 'shake off' section later in the evening.

The Super Eagles were handed a big boost ahead of its 'Must Win' fixture in Douala with the return of the trio of Paul Onuachu, Kelechi Iheanacho and Sparta Rotherham goalie, Maduka Okoye.

With the return of the gangling Gent striker, Paul Onuachu, Super Eagles gaffer is expected to effect a minor change in the team that faced the, Central Africa Republic, on Thursday.

In a bid to add a little creativity to an ineffective midfield line, Super Eagles gaffer might opt for Malmo FF defensive midfielder, Innocent Bonke, ahead of Frank Onyeka whilst Ahmed Musa looks as the most favorable to take the place of Joe Aribo and Onuachu coming on to pair Victor Osimhen upfront in a Gernot Rohr traditional 4-4-2 formation set up.

Satisfied Central Africa Republic gaffer is expected to stick to the line up that wrecked havoc in Lagos with the team lining up thus; Samola; Ngam-Ngam, Ndobe, Guinari, Yangao; Niamathe, Ndokomandji; Urie, Toropite, Damona; M’Vondo

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