The Super Eagles will be gathering this week in Abuja.
The Europe-based players will be meeting with Nigeria-based ones in camp for the Nations Cup qualifier against Senegal next Saturday.
Here is last week’s scorecard of the players in Europe.
Mikel Obi was on the bench for all 90 minutes as Chelsea lost 2-1 to Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge last Saturday. The Nigerian midfielder has played just six minutes of the 2015/16 Barclays Premier League season, and is rumoured to be on the way to Turkish side, Besiktas but his compatriot; Victor Moses is still out injured.
Odion Ighalo played for 72 minutes as Watford battled away to Manchester City, who gave a debut to Kelechi Iheanacho in the 89th minute. Watford lost their first league game of the season 2-0.
West Brom won their first league match 1-0 away to Stoke City on Saturday. Osaze Odemwingie is still out injured and West Brom’s Nigerian duo of Victor Anichebe and Brown Ideye were unused substitutes.
Dele Alli came on for Moussa Dembele in the 53rd minute as Everton held Tottenham to a 0-0 draw at White Hart Lane.
It was Vincent Enyeama’s 33rd birthday and he kept another clean sheet as Lille claimed their first league win 1-0 at home to newly promoted Gazelec Ajaccio. It was the Nigerian’s third clean sheet in the four-week old 2015/16 Ligue 1 season.
Elderson Echiejile started for Monaco against PSG at home on Sunday and could not prevent a 3-0 loss to the league leaders, the first of the league campaign. This follows their ouster from the Champions League last Tuesday by Valencia. Echiejile scored his first goal of the season in that match and the player that usually keeps him on the bench, Larry Kurzawa, has since been sold to PSG.
Anthony Ujah did not score but was brought down for the penalty that gave his side the lead at home to Borussia Monchengladbach on Sunday. Werder Bremen won 2-1 to take their tally to four points from three matches. Ujah scored his first Bundesliga goal away to Hertha Berlin on August 21.
Watch him get a penalty here:
Leon Balogun started his first match of the season and he played for 72 minutes before Daniel Brosinski replaced him. Mainz continued their good start to the season with a 3-1 win over Hannover 96.
Ogenyi Onazi and Lazio continued their bad week as they were thrashed 4-0 away by Chievo. Again Onazi was left on the bench for all 90 minutes and he is yet to play a minute for the team even though he played for 82 minutes in the 3-0 loss to Bayer Leverkusen in midweek.
Jerry Mbakogu is still absent for newly promoted Carpi and they lost their second consecutive Serie A game on Sunday 2-1 to Inter Milan. Mbakogu was the team’s highest scorer as they were promoted from Serie B.
Joel Obi was not named in the Torino squad because he just returned to training but his team continued their impressive start with second win from two. They beat Fiorentina 3-1 at the Stadio Olimpico di Torino on Sunday.
Isaac Success started and scored his first goal for Granada in the season as they put behind their season’s opening home loss with a 2-1 win away to Getafe on Sunday. Success, who played for 65 minutes, added the second for the away side three minutes after Youssef Al-Arabi had given Granada the lead in the 26th minute.
Nigeria U-20 defender Onyinye Ndidi did not start against Sporting Charleroi but had to come on for Bryan Heynen in the 15th minute as Genk won 2-0. It was the young defender’s fourth league game and he has played a total of 277 minutes.
Joseph Akpala played all 90 minutes for KV Oostende at home to Zulte-Waregem but the lost 2-0.
Imoh Ezekiel started on the bench again for Anderlecht when they went away to Westerlo and scored three goals without reply. Ezekiel came on for Italian-Nigerian Stefano Okaka, who scored Anderlecht’s first goal in the 73rd minute. The Nigerian forward is yet to score in the league though he scored in a friendly against Dynamo Kiev last week.
Gent were forced to a fourth draw in six league matches on Saturday when they were held to a 2-2 result by Mechelen. Moses Simon started a second consecutive league match but lasted for 79 minutes as Kenny Saief replaced him. Moses has played in all Gent’s matches this season.
Raheem Lawal played all 90 minutes for Eskişehirspor as they drew 1-1 at home to Godfrey Oboabona’s Rizespor. Lawal was shown a yellow card on 75 minutes.
Kasimpasa lost their perfect start to the season with a 1-0 away loss to Genclerbirligi last Saturday with Kenneth Omeruo playing all 90 minutes.
Gbenga Arokoyo and John Chibuike could not help Gaziantepspor as they were thrashed 4-0 at home by Besiktas last Friday. Both played all 90 minutes and Arokoyo was shown a yellow card on 47 minutes.
Abiola Dauda scored his second league goal for Vitesse against Bartholomew Ogbeche’s Cambuur on Sunday. Dauda scored the second goal for his team in the 32nd minute. Dominic Solanke, on loan from Chelsea added the fourth for the home side on 90 minutes to complete a 4-1 win. Ogbeche played all 90 minutes but could not add to his one league goal.
Ahmed Musa, after his heroics in the 3-2 win over Sporting Lisbon in the UEFA Champions League had a quiet game by his standards though he played all 90 minutes as CSKA Moscow maintained their excellent start to the season with a 1-0 win away to Kuban Krasnodar.
Rilwan Hassan started for Midtjylland while Paul Onuachu was on the bench for all 90 minutes as they celebrated their qualification for the group phase of the Europa league with a 2-0 win over Hobro with the two goals scored by Martin Pusic.
Fred Friday came off the bench to rescue a point for Lillestrom against, Molde on Sunday. The 20-year-old forward came on for Jorgen Kolstad on 71 minutes and scored 15 minutes afterwards. Another Nigerian, Bonke Innocent started and played all 90 minutes for Lillestrom. Friday has scored six goals in 18 league appearances.
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