By Adeboye Amosu in Kigali:
The home-based Super Eagles arrived in Rubavu on Sunday for their last Group C game against Guinea declaring that they will go all out for a win against the Syli Stars despite needing just a point to secure their passage to the African Nations Championship quater-finals, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
The Eagles arrived at their Gorilla Hotel base in Rubavu at around 1.10pm local time (12.10pm Nigerian time).
Sunday Oliseh’s men will confront fellow West Africans Guinea at the 5,000 seater Umuganda Stadium on Tuesday.
The match will be played simultaneously with the game between Tunisia and Niger at the Kigali Regional Stadium.
The Eagles need just a point to secure their passage to the quater-finals.
Meanwhile, home-based Super Eagles players have expressed their desire to go all out for a win in the game against Guinea on Tuesday.
“We know a draw will be enough for us to make it to the next round, but we will go all out for a win,” Prince Aggreh told Completesportsnigeria.com on their arrival in Rubavu.
Forward Tunde Adeniji also said they are in high spirits ahead of the game and are looking to secure maximum points against the Syli Stars.
“The only thing that is on our mind going into the game against Guinea is a win and nothing else,” the Sunshine Stars player said.
“It’s risky to play for a draw. Instead we will fight hard to beat them.”