Due to the profile of the international friendly between Poland and Nigeria, the ticket for the encounter billed to hold in Wroclaw Friday, March 23, 2018, has already been sold-out.
“The 42,000 tickets for this game have been sold out, the company responsible for this has announced,” top Polish journalist Piotr Kozminski informed SCORENigeria.
“There is high expectation around the team leading to the World Cup in Russia and it will be a major disappointment if they do not go past a first round group that also has Colombia, Senegal and Japan.
“The Polish FA boss, Zbigniew Boniek, a famous player in his playing days, said he expects Poland not to lose their opening game against Senegal and for Colombia and Poland to go through.”
While Nigeria intends to use Poland to measure how to confront Croatia and Iceland, the European nation on the other hand will use Nigeria to test their readiness to battle in midfield against the robust-playing Senegalese.
Four days later, the Super Eagles will engage another World Cup bound nation, Serbia in their quest to be in shape ahead of the global championship.