- Super Eagles of Nigeria will face Guinea Bissau on Friday, 24 March, in 2023 AFCON qualifying game
- Supporters who are looking forward to watch the game will have to pay the sum of N2,000 and N10,000
- The three-time African champions have won their last two games and they are expected to shine again
Fans will have to pay the sum of N2,000 and N10,000 for ordinary and VIP seats respectively at the MKO Abiola stadium in Abuja for them to watch the AFCON qualifier between Nigeria and Guinea Bissau.
The Super Eagles will be hosting the first fixture on Friday, 24 March, in an encounter that is expected to be tough between these two giants.
Jose Peseiro and his wards have started preparations for the game in Abuja with all players on ground and ready to make Nigerian happy on the match-day.
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The last game Super Eagles played in Abuja was against Ghana which ended in a draw and they lost the 2022 World Cup ticket.
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Where fans can buy ticket
According to the report on Punch, tickets are available at the secretariat of the NFF at the Package B of the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja, Old Parade Ground, NFF’s former office at Wuse Zone 7 and other designated places which details will be announced on broadcast stations nationwide.
Osimhen to cost Man United £150M
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Chelsea or Manchester United will have to pay the sum of £150M for one of them to be able to prise Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen away from Napoli in the summer.
Osimhen has been incredible this season for Napoli in which his performances have caught the attention of many clubs in Europe who are preparing to submit their bids at the end of the season.
The Red Devils and the Stamford Bridge landlords are named as the two sides who are topping the race to sign Osimhen this summer even the likes of Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain are also said to be interested.
In Napoli's last game, Osimhen scored a brace against Torino before he traveled to Abuja to join his teammates at the national team for the AFCON qualifiers against Guinea Bissau.