[Photos] Nigeria Vs Ghana: Black Stars Arrive Abuja Ahead Of 2022 World Cup Qualifier
Several members of Ghana’s national team, as well as team officials, have arrived in Abuja ahead of their 2022 World Cup Qualifier playoff against Nigeria on Tuesday.
The Super Eagles had previously settled for a goalless draw with the Ghanaian team at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi three days prior.
Nonetheless, tomorrow’s encounter is crucial for the two African nations, since the victorious team will be given the opportunity to fly to Qatar for next year’s World Cup in football competition.
If the match between Nigeria and Ghana ends in a tie tomorrow, Nigeria will relinquish a place to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to their opponent Ghana.
Before the game, the Otto Addo-led squad will get an opportunity to practice at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium this evening to acquire a feel for the facility before the game.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) approved the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) their request to fill the national stadium to its maximum capacity, meaning the Black Stars would face 60,000 Nigerian supporters at the national stadium when they face off against them.