Super eagle of Nigeria is with hope to finish their qualification champion with a victory.
Nigeria vs Lesotho will occur at Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.
The home side remains unbeaten in Group L, so what is at stake for today’s game against crocodiles?
Well, the three-time African champions [Super eagles] booked their ticket for the 2021 Afcon last week with a win over Benin. But is there still a chance for Lesotho?
But the crocodiles have never won any competition since August 2019 and only lost two of their five matches so far.
For Lesotho to get any chance to qualify for the January 2022 Afcon that Cameroon hosts, they need to win Sierra Leone last Saturday but only manage to get their third draw for the group stage.
And the Southern African national football team gets three points, meaning that the third position still opens in Group L if they manage to win today’s game.
Coach Gernot Rohr boys have win three and draw two of their five matches to collect 11 points, which makes them four points ahead of the second-placed
Thabo Senong side suffers a 4-2 loss to Nigeria for their first leg match in November 2019 before going down 1-0 against Benin inside their next qualification match almost one year later, but the national team played out goalless draws with Benin and Sierra Leone in their last two games.
The match will show live on Nigeria Television Authority (NTA).
Meanwhile, Lagos State Traffic Management Authority [LASTMA] has issued a travel advisory, restricting the movement of motor ahead of the Super Eagles AFCON clash against the Crocodiles of Lesotho.
The Agency talked about this In one tweet that “all vehicular movement around the stadium must stop from 10 am till 10 pm.
The tweet further advises saying “vehicles that are heading towards Teslim Balogun from Ojuelegba and Alaka/Eric Moore can only pass through the flyover.
Let’s know your opinion about the matches that will occur between Nigeria and Lesotho.