The Super Eagles will continue their preparations for the August 15 friendly against Niger Republic with a testy duel against FCT Federation Cup champions, Police Machine FC.
The game will be played at the FIFA Goal Project side, where the team has since relocated to, following the poor state of the practice pitch of the Abuja National Stadium.
The Media Officer of the Super Eagles, Ben Alaiya disclosed that the match will take place at 8am on Thursday.
Head Coach Stephen Keshi, is expected to blood the old and the new players, to find a perfect blend ahead of the team’s friendly in Niamey next Wednesday and the September 8, Nations Cup qualifier against the Lone Star of Liberia.
Police Machine team is expected to stretch the national team to the limit according to team’s Coordinator Emmanuel Atta.
Egwueke dreams victory against the Menas
Meanwhile, gangling Super Eagles defender, Azubuike Egwueke, who has been improving with every game the national team plays, has said the team will go for nothing less than victory in the game against the Menas of Niger Republic.
“We know they are a very good side but I think we are a better and more experienced side and should come home with a victory song”, he declared during the national team’s media parley on Wednesday in Abuja.
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