Victor Moses ruled out of Super Eagles friendlies

Posted March 24, 2017

After two days of intensive training, West African heavyweights, Super Eagles of Nigeria and the Teranga Lions of Senegal will renew their rivalry tonight in an worldwide friendly match at the Hive Stadium in central London.

Senegal and Burkina Faso represent two tough sides on the African continent, and they will certainly be excellent preparation for the Nigerians ahead of the 2019 AFCON qualifying campaign, as well as the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign, in which the Super Eagles are now well-placed, with six points from two games in their group.

The Lions of Teranga and the Eagles have met twenty times since their first encounter on February 27, 1963 in the Kwame Nkruma Cup.

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Nigeria and Senegal have met in 15 official worldwide matches according to FIFA's statistical database.

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"We (Eagles) are determined to beat Senegal and Burkina Faso if only to send jitters to the spines of Cameroun our World Cup foes".

Moses reported for duty at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in London, but only in order to prove to Nigeria's medical staff that he is injured and will be unable to play in the upcoming matches.

The midfielder limped off with a calf problem in last Monday's FA Cup win over Manchester United, but passed a late fitness test to feature against Stoke over the weekend, lasting 70 minutes before he was substituted for Cesc Fabregas.

While in the World Cup qualifiers the Eagles now hold a commanding lead in their group after achieving a 100 per cent record in their first two matches.