Swaziland’s Sihlangu Somnikati have vowed to employ an offesnsive approach when they face the Super Eagles go on Tuesday for their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Port Harcourt.
Namibian official Jackson Pavaza will be the referee for the game that will hold at the 40,000-capacity Adokiye Amiesiamaka Stadium, Port Harcourt.
The first leg ended goalless on Friday and a scoring draw or a shock win for the Southern Africans would see them past favourites Nigeria.
On arrival in Port Harcourt on Sunday morning, Swaziland coach, Harries Bulunga, reiterated the position he held after the first leg in Lobamba on Friday.
“We held our own very well in the first leg and we will go for broke on Tuesday,” he told the Nigeria Football Federation website.
The Sihlangu are hoping to take the Eagles by surprise and create one of the biggest surprises in international football, but Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh has expressed confidence in his boys to “do the job on Tuesday and get us into the group stage.”
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