The match kicks off at 11:00 p.m. Nigerian time.
Having accepted that they were not at their very best when they played Iran on Monday, the Super Eagles have another chance tonight to show that as African champions, they have the requisite qualities to compete favourably at a big stage like the World Cup.
One major complaint made by the Eagles after the Iran draw was that the Asians literally parked the bus and did not let them have the space to operate. Lame as that excuse may sound, the Eagles are most likely going to have it fairly better against the Bosnians whose free flow football playing style should suit the Nigerian team.
Some changes are expected in the Nigeria line-up as Coach Stephen Keshi and his assistants attempt fashioning out a winning formula tonight.
Millions of Nigerians and soccer fans across the world are ready to keep vigil for the 11 p.m. Nigerian time kickoff.
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