As The Super Eagles get set for the last pre-World Cup friendly against Czech Republic on Wednesday, coach Gernot Rohr has kept his starting eleven for the game on his chest.
Twenty-four hours to the important game, Rohr has not given any clue to what his squad will look like for Wednesday’s match as he continued to juggle the players every training session.
One players who is certain to play against Czech Republic is Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi
The midfielder missed last Saturday’s friendly match with the Three Lions at the Wembley stadium as he was still recuperating from injury.
Report from the Super Eagles camp in Austria said Ndidi is looked fit in his first full training session and was one of the most impressive players on the pitch.
On Wednesday morning, the Eagles will travel the one hour distance by road to Vienna, where they play the Czech Republic at the Rudolf Tonn Stadion.
The Super Eagles have the objective of coming out of the clash against Czech Republic with a win to set them in great psychological tune for the FIFA World Cup finals.
Coach Rohr said on Tuesday that a win would be the target, against the backdrop of consecutive losses in friendly matches against Serbia and England and with Nigeria’s first match of the FIFA World Cup against Croatia only 10 days away.
“We will go for victory that would boost spirit and earn team confidence ahead of our first match in Russia. It would not be an easy pick but we will work hard for it.