Eternal rivals, Super Eagles of Nigeria and the Black Stars of Ghana will rekindle their rivalry once again with both sides set to clash in a friendly enounter in London on March 29.
The Nigeria Football Federation on Friday announced that the three time African Champions will face Bolivia in an international friendly match at the Akwa Ibom Stadium on March 26.
The highly anticipated encounter against the Ghanaians will come up three days after the clash against the South Americans.
The Super Eagles will use both games to prepare for the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualifiers which will commence in June.
The three time African Champions are looking to rebuild following their failure to qualify for the recently concluded 2015 AFCON in Equatorial Guinea.
Ghana on the other hand will look to lift the gloom following their agonizing penalty shoot-out loss to Cote d’l voire in the final of the competition.
It would be recalled that Nigeria and Ghana played a barren draw the last time both countries met in a friendly encounter in October 2011.
The Super Eagles’ last international game was last month when a home-based side with a sprinkling of foreign-based players beat Yemen 2-0 in Dubai.