After losing to Algeria on Friday, the Super Eagles aim to end their training camp in Austria with a win over Mondher Cabier.
Nigeria locked their horns against Tisinia for their second international friendly in Austria on Tuesday night.
The two nations will use the tournament to accelerate preparations for their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying fixtures in November as they are currently sitting at the top of their respective groups.
Tisinia’s next group is set to face Tanzania next month for Group J outings while the Super Eagles will face Sierra Leone in Group L.
|The game||Nigeria vs T is drug|
|The date||Tuesday, October 13th|
|Location||Jack Lemon Arena|
|Time||7:30 pm (WHAT)|
Watch TV channels, live streams and how
In Nigeria, the game will be shown live on TV.
|Nigerian TV Channel||Outside (Nigeria) TV channel|
|Supersport and AIT||Supersport|
Squads and team news
|Position||The Nigerian team|
|Goalkeeper||Dele Alampasu (FK Ventspils), Mathieu Yakubu (SKF Sered), Store Okoye (Sparta Rotterdam).|
|Defenders||Kenneth Omeruu (CD Lagnes), Leon Balogun (Glasgow Rangers), Chidozi Awazim (FC Bovista), William Ekong (Udnis FC), Olauluwa Aina (Fulham FC), Jamilu Colinz (S), Jamilu Colinz (S) , Jeddah Sanusi (FC Porto).|
|Midfielder||Mikel Leader (Vittoria Guimeres), Frank Onyeka (FC Midtzieland), Ogenecaro Etebo (Glatasri SK), Samson Tizani (TSV Hertberg).|
|Next||Ahmed Musa (Al Nasr), Alex Iwobi (Everton FC), Musa Simon (FC Nantes), Samuel Chukwuze (Villarreal FC), Serial DeSers (KRC General), Calechi Ianacho (Leicester City), Samuel Kalu (Gironde) Chidera Ezuke (CSKA Moscow).|
Gernot Rohr’s side were further embroiled in a 1-0 defeat to Algeria on Friday, with Watford’s William Trust-Ekong and Bordeaux’s Samuel Kalu leaving for their respective clubs.
Prior to Friday’s match, the Super Eagles missed the presence of Victor O’Sullivan, who was not allowed to leave Napoli, while Leicester City’s Wilfried Andy was ruled out due to injury.
The team’s media officer, Toin Ibtoe, said there were opportunities for new faces to make statements at the Jack Lemon Arena.
“Kalu was allowed to leave the camp and return to his club thanks to an innings in the game against Algeria,” Ibtoe said.
“He was allowed to go for Trost-Ekong because he had just joined a new club and they have a game on Friday so they want to train him with their team before the game. So with the arrival of these two players we will get a chance to see new players for the game. ”
Probable XI for Nigeria: Okoye, Balogun, Ajay, Sanusi, Akpoguma, Agu, Itbo, Iwobi, Chukvuez, Simon, Desers.
|Position||The team is intoxicated|
|Goalkeeper||Moiz Ben Charifia (Esperance), Bichir Ben Said (US Monster), Ayman Dehman (CS Sefaxin).|
|Defenders||Ali Maloul (Al Ahli), Yassin Maria (RiseSpore), Dylan Bron (FC Metz), Wajdi Kekrida (Etoli du Sahil), Montasar Talbi (RiseSpore), Jassar Khmer (Vancouver Whitecaps), Mohamed Dramsa ( ), Ilis Jelasi (US Monster).|
|Midfielder||Ayman Ben Mohamed (Le Havre), Ahmed Khalil (African Club Club), Saad Baguir (Abha Club), Nam Sliti (Al-Itifaq), Mohammed Ben Amor (Etile du Sahil), Farzani Sassi (Jamlake SC), Elias Shaki ( Colon),|
|Next||Youssef Masakni (Al-Duhel), Cefidain Jaziri (Al Moqavalun Al Arab SC), Saif Khoi (Marseille), Hamza Rafia (Juventus U23), Anis Ben Saleemne (Brondby IF), Wahbi Khazri (Saint-Etienne).|
The Monder Cabaret men put on a stellar performance in Friday’s 3-0 win over Sudan, with all three goals coming in the first 45 minutes.
Sassi is expected to miss Tuesday’s match as the Zamalek midfielder continues his self-quarantine after coming into direct contact with the Covid-19 patient.
Probably eleven for drug addicts: Ben Charifia, Malul, Maria, Braun, Kechrida, Ben Mohammed, Salimene, Maskani, Rafia, Khoi, Khazri.
Tisinia won their all-match unbeaten run against Nigeria in a friendly on Tuesday and their last defeat came before a match against Ivory Coast in September 2019.
Nigeria, on the other hand, will be hoping to return to winning ways after a 1-0 defeat to Algeria on Friday, their first defeat since they lost to the lone nation in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals. .
Nigeria and Tisinia recently played against each other in Egypt’s 2019 Afkan, but Odin Ighalo’s opening goal helped the former champion win a bronze medal at the Al Salam Stadium.
Tuesday’s match will be the 20th meeting between Tisinia and Nigeria. Both teams have recorded six wins while their last seven games ended in a draw.
The last friendly match between the two countries ended in a 1-1 draw in 1992 in Texas.
Despite the absence of some key players, Rohr expects his team to take action against the Carthage Eagles.
The German coach told the media: “We definitely have to work hard against drugs.
“This is an opportunity for some players to reach this stage,” one claimed. They’re ready to go and I’m sure we’ll see a better game on Tuesday. “