Mikel, Oboabona, Moses to start for Eagles

Super Eagles of Nigeria

The match is scheduled for 4.00p.m on Saturday


Though the Super Eagles Coach, Stephen Keshi, is yet to release his starting line-up for Saturday’s crucial match against the Lone Stars of Liberia, sources in the team, have given an indication of players that could start tomorrow’s game.

Injured Eagles captain, Joseph Yobo, would likely be replaced in the defence by Sunshine Stars defender, Godfrey Oboabona, a player who is said to have impressed members of the Eagles technical crew in camp.

Another home based player expected to make the first eleven is Enugu Rangers winger, Ejike Uzoenyi, who is also said to have impressed in training.

Mikel Obi, who arrived camp on Tuesday, is also expected to start. Others expected to be in the starting line-up, barring any incident, are goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama, Victor Moses, and Ikechukwu Uche.

The match against the Liberians will be played on 4.00p.m. on Saturday in Calabar.

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