Super Eagles of Nigeria plans to use more of its reserve players for the 2018 World Cup qualifier against Algeria on November 11.
The team’s Assistant Coach, Salisu Yusuf, in an interview said the match will enable the coaching crew to try the reserves and select players for the final in Russia.
Yusuf explained that there is nothing to be scared of since Nigeria has already secured the world cup ticket and its interest now is to have a blended team.
The Super Eagles currently leading Group B with 13 points and will slug it out with the Algerian side on November 11, in Algiers.
FIFA has confirmed Gabonese, Eric Castane, as the centre referee, while Aboubacar Doumbouya of Guinea and Burkina Faso’s Seydou Tiama, will serve as his assistants.