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Super Eagles will have the much necessary atmosphere and condition to leave an impression about their title credentials going to the World Cup.
-Some players will have the opportunity to show their natural flair in a familiar terrain and a platform for the young players in lesser leagues.

The match could be a career changer and playing inside the magnificent Wembley Stadium is every footballers dream.

-The match is a clue for what the possible starting eleven for the Super Eagles will look like in their World Cup opener against Croatia depending ositive outcomes.

-Decision time concerning the remaining two players to be dropped.

Barring injury, John Ogu, Mikel Agu are nominees for a chop off in midfield while Joel Obi will have to rediscover his mojo in a perceive partnership with Mikel Obi.

While Elderson Echiejile and Ola Aina are eviction candidates except Chidozie Awaziem and Tyronne Ebuehi fail to recover from their minor knocks.

-Standard formation is another thing Coach Gernot Rohr will have to clear in the encounter.

Will it be 4-2-3-1 or a 3-5-2 or a 4-3-3 against Gary Southgate’s team that will present a compact 3-5-2 line-up to resist attacking threats.

-It will be a new home debut for Leon Balogun who just joined English Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion and he will try to put up a decent show versus 'goal crazy’ strikers in the mould of Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane.

-Some Players on the look out

Brian Idowu

Odion Ighalo

Simy Nwankwo

Kelechi Iheanacho

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