Gernot Rohr has utilised a 4-4-1-1 formation since the Qualifiers started, but how much braver will his outlook become?
It is a difficult question to estimate, after all - what would you do?
Central African Republic are perceived to be far less of a threat than Liberia and Cape Verde, Nigeria can afford to play a little more openly.
However an assumption like that could be the sides undoing, too cavalier and Super Eagles will get caught out.
Despite playing well against Cape Verde, Nigeria didn't score more than two goals, and more will be needed and expected against CAR.
Should they stick with the same approach and hope it bears more fruit than day 2?
Victor Osimhen and Paul Onuachu will both be hoping to get the nod, while Terem Moffi and Kelechi Iheanacho should fancy their chances.
Rohr showed faith in Iheanacho in the win over Lone Stars, the Leicester City striker will hope this means he is next in line.
Onuachu though also showed bright touches in his showing under Rohr against Cape Verde, and offers a different option, one the CAR team may find more awkward to deal with.
Of course if Nigeria play a second striker, they must lose a midfielder, so who would you drop?
Surely Rohr would be keen to start Frank Onyeka, with Innocent Bonke making way. Joe Aribo will occupy the other slot.
The match against CAR requires a win, Nigeria should be bold from the start. Whether this means playing two strikers is a matter of opinion.
Going into the final two games against Liberia and Cape Verde with just six points, is not a scenario we will want to be in.
Would you start two strikers against CAR? How would you change things? Or would you keep it the same?
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