Nigeria is currently top Group C after a 2-0 victory over Liberia and in Lagos on Friday and will be hoping to make it two wins out of two despite having a shortage of players.
At the moment Gernot Rohr has a limited squad. Only 21 of the 30 players initially invited would be battling the Cape Verdeans. Due to the absence of a lot of key players, Rohr would have to dish out a different team and we might see some new faces on the pitch.
Here are 3 players who might make their international debut tomorrow.
Bonke is a defensive midfielder who plays for Swedish club FF Malmo.
The absence of Ndidi & Etebo gives him a high probability of making his first appearance for Nigeria.
22-year-old Kingsley Micheal has represented Nigeria at U-17 levels but not at the senior level.
He plays for Serie A club Bologna and is a centre midfielder.
Adeleke is the only home-based player in the Super Eagles camp. He is a defender and plays for Umuahia based club Abia Warriors in the NPFL.
He has represented Nigeria with the home-based Eagles but not the main team.
Which of these three players do you wish to see play tommorow?
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