Nigeria’s Super Eagles will this evening by 6pm inside the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja take on Ghana Black Stars in the second leg play-off of qualification for the 2022 FIFA World Cup that will take place in Qatar.
The first leg had ended goalless in Kumasi, Ghana last weekend.
Meanwhile, the federal government has declared Tuesday half work-day to enable Nigerians come out in their numbers to cheer Super Eagles to victory in other matches today across Africa, Senegal will play home in Dakar to Egypt, while Tunisia will trade tackles with Mali in Tunis.
Elsewhere, Morocco will face Dr Congo in Rabat, and Cameroon are guests to Algeria in Algiers.
The draws for the 2022 FIFA world cup will be held on April 1st, with Edo state Deputy Governor Comrade Philip Shaibu in attendance following FIFA’s invitation.