Super Eagles Fight For Survival, As Sudan Plan to Halt Nigeria’s Morocco 2015 DreamAfrican News, Latest News, News, Sports Friday, October 10th, 2014
The super eagles will Saturday in faraway Khartoum, look to snatch the three maximum points at stake against Sudan in the first of a two legged 2nd round of qualifiers to Morocco 2015.
The Super Eagles need a win in Khartoum or face the prospect of exiting the competition at the qualification stage, with just one point earned so far after suffering a shocking home defeat to Congo and managing a goalless draw in South Africa against the Bafana Bafana.
Sudan lost both of their matches against South Africa and Congo in September and will want to redeem their image in front of 35,000 home fans on Saturday.
The African champions will miss the services of arguably, Nigeria’s best player at the moment, Victor Moses, who is out to injury playing for Stoke City.
Both countries have clashed 11 times and Nigeria have won six of these meetings, drawn four times and lost once to the Sudanese.
Nigeria however could not train Friday evening as the pitch was flooded following a down pour earlier in the day.
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