When Nigeria takes on the Central African Republic on Sunday, they will be seeking to get their bid for the 2022 World Cup back on track.
The Wild Beasts stunned the three-time African champions 1-0 in Lagos on Thursday.
The Super Eagles were upset late in the game despite dominating play for the majority of the contest.
Super-sub Goalkeeper Francis Uzoho was beaten by Karl Namnganda, who took advantage of weak defence.
While Nigeria will be looking to avenge their defeat, CAR will be seeking to complete the double over Nigeria in their bid to reach Qatar 2022.
The match is set to start at 2 p.m. (West African Time) and will be shown live on NFF TV.
It will take place in Douala, Cameroon’s Japom Stadium.
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