Victory will certainly elevate the Eagles to nine points and closer to the championships while a loss to the Lions, would buoy the Cameroonians and strengthen their resolve to overtake Nigeria in subsequent games.
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"We know that we have a good team, we are ready to make the difference, we have all confidence to beat the Indomitable Lions here in Uyo", Rohr assured. We have nothing to be afraid of.
Similarly, we expect the fans to exhibit the highest sense of patriotism by providing maximum support to the team, even when the going appears to be tough for the Super Eagles.
Ahead of their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against host Nigeria on Friday, September 1, the Cameroonian FA FECAFOOT rejected the accommodation arrangement from the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and made their own.
Broos is hoping for an away draw and a home victory that would reduce the gap between the countries to one point. If we succeed in Nigeria, there's no reason not to succeed here. "You have to do something to ensure that, at least, we project our own to the world", he said. We're even sure we're going to do it there as usual.
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While Nigeria were fast out of the blocks late past year to defeat Zambia and Algeria, Cameroun did well to draw in Algeria only to be held at home by Zambia.
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Broos noted that avoiding defeat in Friday's game in Uyo against Nigeria is crucial for the Indomitable Lions to get their qualification for Russian Federation 2018 back on track. We came home with the cup.
"We just want to win". Those are the two reasons we're confident.
The former Chelsea midfielder stressed that a win here today will help strengthen his personal ambition of a second World Cup appearance. Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah called up long-time campaigners like the Ayew brothers, Andre and Jordan, and Asamoah Gyan, and also named five uncapped players.