The Indomitable Lions of Cameroon will go into the encounter to pull a surprise in Uyo as they would want to go back to Russian Federation next year after taking part in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup as African champions.
Speaking at a pre-match press conference in Uyo, Gernot Rohr said the Super Eagles are ready to make the difference in the encounter after they were defeated by South Africa in June during the AFCON 2019 qualifier. Zambia and Algeria, the other two teams in the group, have one point each and clash at the Heroes National Stadium in Lusaka on Saturday.
"If we still want to have a chance of qualifying, we must take at least four points off Nigeria".
Nigeria top the group with six points after two rounds, Cameroon have two and Zambia and Algeria one.
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Egypt is on the way up and Ghana is going down in Group E. Egypt has two wins from two matches, with Mohamed Salah a scorer in both victories.
Rohr says the Eagles are firmly behind the goalkeeper and will ensure the team secures victory against Cameroon. The crucial nature of the match can not be over-emphasised. "Against Cameroon, all of us will play for him", Rohr told media. However, players must work hard and evolve good team spirit, coaches adopt the right and effective strategies, while the NFF provides the needed logistics and support to enable the Eagles fly convincingly.
We know that games between Nigeria and Cameroon are always tough, no matter where they're played. The Algerians, who had the top-ranked team in Africa at the last World Cup, are struggling at the bottom.
Ghana host Congo this Friday in Kumasi and maximum points for the "Black Stars" will bring them back into contention for a fourth consecutive World Cup appearance.