Nigeria would be looking to get their 2022 World Cup qualification bid back on track when they face the Central African Republic on Sunday.
The three-time African champions were shocked 1-0 by the Wild Beasts on Thursday in Lagos.
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Despite dominating play for a more significant part of the game, the Super Eagles were stunned late.
Super-sub Karl Namnganda took advantage of sloppy defending to fire past goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.
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While Nigeria is keen to bounce back from that setback, CAR hopes to complete the double over Nigeria in their quest to Qatar 2022.
The match has been scheduled for 2 pm (West African Time) and is beamed on NFF TV.
It will be played at Japom Stadium in Douala, Cameroon.