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Eagles must handle Zambia's 'home boys' with care - Sadi

05 Octobre 2017

Minister of Youth and Sports, Barrister Solomon Dalung says the Federal government of Nigeria is upbeat about the Super Eagles's chances of clinching a 2018 World Cup ticket on Saturday.

Former Nigeria global Henry Nwosu says the Super Eagles should expect a very determined Chipolopolo of Zambia team in Saturday's 2018 FIFA Wolrd Cup African qualifying Group B in Uyo.‎.

"They were just a good and determined side".

Nigeria are going to be hosting the team of Zambia for their fifth 2018 World Cup qualifiers on Saturday with one thought in mind: winning the game would undoubtedly secure a sixth appearance for Nigeria in Russian Federation since first qualifying in 1994.

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"The Super Eagles are in very positive mood for the game against Zambia on Saturday, " Yusuf said.

"In Brazil (2014), the Super Eagles were poor", Bonfrere who was assistant to countryman Clemence Westerhor when the Eagles qualified for United States of America 1994 World Cup remarked. They have left all the talking to the Zambians. We started the World Cup qualification campaign in Zambia and we beat them 2-1 in the presence of their President and their home crowd. We'll be building up to the action throughout the day before giving you a minute-by-minute account of the game as it unfolds.

So much physicality, but definitely, I am ready to play for the team if I get the chance on Saturday.

The Super Eagles are ahead of other teams in Group B with 10 points and are followed by Zambia with seven points.

Eagles must handle Zambia's 'home boys' with care - Sadi