2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
0-0-1, 4th in FIFA World Cup
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14hKweséESPN reporter

Galatasaray eyeing move for Ahmed Musa

Ahmed Musa looks set for another spell away from Leicester City next season, with Turkish giant Galatasaray keen to take him on loan.

Udoh questions credibility of Nigeria live chicken request (1:59)
Ighalo: Nigeria have to be aggressive vs. Iceland (1:16)
Odiah encourages Nigeria fans to continue support (0:49)
Matchday 3: Messi's misery & Pogba saves the day (0:53)
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5dIrfan Kawri, KweséESPN Opposition Analyst

Tactics: How can Nigeria beat Croatia?

Irfan Kawri offers his view on how the Super Eagles can begin their World Cup campaign with a win in Saturday's opener against Croatia.

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5dMichael Oti Adjei, KweséESPN

Kuffour: Nigeria have nothing to lose

Samuel Kuffour admits it will be "incredibly difficult" for Nigeria to reach the knockout rounds, but adds that it could work to their advantage.

Kaliningrad mural pays tribute to Nigeria (1:00)
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5dDami Ugbane, KweséESPN

Five fast facts ahead of Nigeria's World Cup opener

KweséESPN lists a couple of things to consider regarding the Super Eagles' previous five opening group stage games, including the latest opposition.

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5dColin Udoh

Kenneth Omeruo comes full circle

If Kenneth Omeruo starts for Nigeria against Croatia, it will be a remarkable turnaround for a player that was largely out of favour until recently.

Nigeria unafraid of Croatia stars (1:33)
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7dColin Udoh

Mikel promises a switched on Super Eagles

Nigeria captain John Mikel Obi has promised that the team will be switched on from the start - unlike in their warm-up games.

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7dColin Udoh

Rohr playing his cards close to his chest

Nigeria's starting XI to play against Croatia in their World Cup opener on June 16 is set, but Gernot Rohr won't give anything away just yet.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference-2Tied-28th
Goals Scored0Tied-25th
Assists0Tied-13th
Goals Conceded2Tied-22nd