Nigeria focused for Cameroon tie - Rohr

Super Eagles

Iwobi ruled out of Cameroon showdown due to injury

Nigeria have suffered a major blow ahead of their crucial 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against African champions Cameroon in Uyo as Arsenal striker Alex Iwobi has been ruled out of the duel.

NAN reports that the Super Eagles will aim to achieve a 12-time triumph over the Lions of Cameroon when both teams meet at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium.

Godswill Akpabio Stadium

Zimbabwean Brighton Mudzamiri, who will be the referee assessor in Friday's FIFA World Cup qualifying match between Nigeria and Cameroon in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, has arrived the country on Tuesday.

"It is a big match and we are fully focused and committed". The players know what it means; they need little or no reminding of how important this match is.

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Nigeria, on six maximum points from their first two matches, will all but seal a place in Russian Federation if they snap up the three points on offer on Friday evening. "I am happy we have nearly the full house now and can concentrate on our tactics for the game", said Rohr.

Nigeria is at the top of the Group B table with 6 points, while the Cameroonians are following them with 2 points with Zambia and Algeria on 1 point in the group.

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He will also miss the Super Eagles' return leg encounter with African champions Cameroon on September 4, 2017 in Yaounde.

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