Nigeria vs Sudan LIVE UPDATES: Super Eagles seek early passage into Round of 16

Nigeria vs Sudan LIVE UPDATES: Super Eagles seek early passage into Round of 16

After overcoming Egypt in their opening game at the Africa Cup of Nations on Tuesday, Nigeria’s Super Eagles are looking to soar into Round 16 on Saturday when they take on Sudan.

With the three points already in the kitty, Coach Austin Eguavoen’s men are guaranteed not just a place in the Round of 16 but also a possible top finish in Group D if they overcome Sudan.

Unlike Egypt who are familiar foes, this is only the third time Nigeria will be facing Sudan at the AFCON with the last coming 46 years ago.

Going by the feelers in camp, coach Eguavoen is likely to stick with the same starting 11 against the Pharaohs though he may spring a surprise with one or two changes, especially the below-average Samuel Chukwueze.

Saturday’s Group D match between Nigeria and Sudan is slated for 5 pm at the Roumde Adjia Stadium, Garoua.

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There are no changes to the starting 11. Coach Augustine Eguavoen keeps faith with the 11 players that started against Egypt last Tuesday.

Maduka Okoye: Ola Aina, Willian Troost-Ekong, Kenneth Omeruo, Zaidu Sanusi; Joe Aribo, Wilfred Ndidi, Samuel Chukwueze, Moses Simon; Kelechi Iheanacho, Taiwo Awoniyi

The two teams are on the pitch and the national teams are rendering their national anthems with the Super Eagles first taking their turn

While Nigeria is sticking to the same set of players that played their opening group game, Sudan has made a change to their own team

Kickoff… Sudan get the game underway

GOAL .. Chukwueze gives the Eagles a quick lead

Joe Aribo provided a good ball in the box that the Villarreal man slotted in from close range.

Sudan win a free-kick inside their own half

Chance for Sudan but the move flagged as offside

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Yasin wins a corner kick for Sudan after his run was truncated by Troost-Ekong

Coach Austin Eguavoen is on his feet charging on his players

15 minutes gone Nigeria 1-0 Sudan

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