Nigeria will round off their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualification group by facing Lesotho on Tuesday.
The hosts have already qualified for the finals of the competition as Group L leaders with 11 points from seven matches, while Lesotho are in last position with three points.
The three-time winners of the Africa Cup of Nations, who have played in the last three World Cups, secured their spot in the AFCON finals after beating Benin 1-0 last Saturday.
Nigeria qualified, Lesotho want their first win since 2019
Meanwhile, Lesotho, who haven’t recorded any victories in any competition since 2019, have never qualified for the final stage of an Africa Cup of Nations tournament.
However, ‘The Crocodiles’ can still fight for the third position, as Sierra Leone only have one more point than Thabo Senong’s men.
Kelechi Iheanacho and Victor Osimhen are set to continue in attack for Nigeria, while Wilfred Ndidi should also retain his spot.
Rangers defender Leon Balogun will probably feature from the start at the back alongside Watford’s William Troost-Ekong. Samuel Chukwueze and Ola Aina will also be in the starting lineup.
As for Lesotho, Sera Motebang will likely partner with Tumelo Khutlang. Tsepo Toloane and Litsepe Marabe, who appeared off the bench last weekend, could be in contention to start.
What time does the Nigeria vs Lesotho match start?
The Nigeria vs Lesotho match will be played at the Teslim Balogun stadium (Lagos) and will kick off at 18:00 CEST on Tuesday 30 March 2021.
That’s 17:00 in the UK, 12:00 EDT and 09:00 PDT.
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