Nigeria's Group C opponents at the forthcoming 2016 African Nations Championship, Tunisia, have named a 27-man squad for the competition which will take place in Rwanda from January 16 to February 7.
The French-Polish manager Henryk Kasperczak included players from the country's top clubs with Etoile du Sahel, CS Sfaxien, Espérance Tunis and Club Africain providing 21 players.
The Carthage Eagles meanwhile will resume a seven-day training camp on 8 January and play their first pre-tournament friendly against Union Sportive Monastirienne on 12 January.
A final 23-man squad will fly out to Rwanda on 15 January, before launching their continental campaign against Guinea in Kigali on 18 January.
And they will then face their other two Group C opponents, Nigeria and Niger, in their bid for a spot in the knock-out stage of the tournament.
Goalkeepers: Rami Jeridi, Zied Jebali, Ali Jemal
Defenders: Zied Boughattas, Selim Ben Jemai, Zied Derbali, Slimene Kchok, Hamza Mathlouthi, Ali Machani, Iheb Mbarki, Ali Maaloul, Marouane Tej
Midfielders: Karim Aouadhi, Mohamed Amine Ben Amor, Mohamed Ali Moncer, Saad Bguir, Ahmed Hosni, Ahmed Khalil, Hamza Lahmar, Yassine Meriah, Iheb Msakni, Abdelkader Oueslati
Forwards: Ahmed Akaichi, Hichem Essifi, Chedly Ghrab, Seif Jaziri, Edem Rejaibi
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