The Flying Eagles of Nigeria will continue with their preparation for the 2023 FIFA U20 World Cup with an international friendly game against Colombia on Tuesday in Argentina.
The Nigerian U20 will be going into the friendly matchup off the back of their hard-fought 3-2 win over the Argentine second-division side, Club Almirante Brown in their last test game and they will be looking for another victory over Colombia to maintain their recent impressive run of form.
How will Ladan Bosso Lineup his team for the friendly game against Colombia on Tuesday?
Flying Eagles manager, Ladan Bosso is expected to retain many of the players that started in the game against Club Almirante Brown, as he continues to prepare his team for the 2023 U20 FIFA World Cup.
Nigeria's possible starting line-up vs Colombia:
Chijioke Aniagboso: Daniel Bameyi, Benjamin Frederick, Solomon Abalaka, Augustine Njoku, Daniel Daga, Samson Lawal, Victor Eletu, Ibrahim Abdullahi, Haliru Sarki, Lawal Fago.
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