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Special reasons Nigeria must win double-header against Guinea-Bissau

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Nigeria is getting ready for their  African Cup of Nations qualifiers against Guinea-Bissau at home with much expected of the team in this game.

Both sides would clash in Abuja on Friday, March 24th before facing up again three days later in Guinea-Bissau.

However, with Nigeria’s pedigree as a football Nation, reveals certain reasons why Nigeria must win the double-header against Guinea-Bissau in the next couple of days.

Seal Qualification BerthAFCON 2021: Why Nigeria must not lose to Guinea-Bissau in final Group D clash - Daily Post NigeriaNigeria leads the group pack with six points after wins against Sierra Leone and Sao Tome and Principe in the middle of last year.

Nigeria defeated Guinea-Bissau 0-2 at the African Cup of Nations last year in Cameroon amid goals from skipper William Troost-Ekong and Umar Sadiq.

And if the Super Eagles secure home and away victories against their counterpart Guinea-Bissau, it should be enough to seal a qualification place for Ivory Coast 2024 Nations Cup.

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Nigeria needs to win the match day 3 and 4 fixtures against Guinea-Bissau thus making the last two games a mere formality.

This could turn into a friendly match as it would give the Nigerian boss the chance to test players at will.

While it will be ample time to cap tie some players in a game of little or no pressure as it could be in the last two games.

Message To Foreign-Born Talent10 Foreign Players Eligible To Play For Nigeria - GoalBallQualification to the AFCON tournament with two games to spare would send a message of confidence to Nigerian fans about their darling team, the Super Eagles.

While the foreign-born talent could be lured into a project they feel is progressive with the teams’ usual struggle in qualifying for tournaments a thing of the past.

It would also encourage budding foreign-born talent to switch allegiance and play for Nigeria’s Super Eagles.

Just as we keep an eye on Eagles prospects like Carney Chukwuemeka, Noni Madueke (both of Chelsea) and Eberechi Eze to name but a few.

This article was updated 3 months ago



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