Super Eagles captain, John Obi Mikel, has assured the teeming fans of the Nigeria national football team that they will not be disappointed after Saturday's crunch World Cup qualifying game against Zambia.
"They were just a good and determined side".
"The game on Saturday will be a high pressure game and I feel with Nigeria playing at home they will be more under pressure which could work to Zambia's advantage", Bwalya said.
"We have played four matches in the campaign so far, but this one is the match".
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Austria-based striker, Patson Daka, is enroute to link up with his Chipolopolo teammates in Uyo.
"The tendency is for teams to get uptight and tensed for this kind of match".
"We defeated the African champions, Cameroon, by maintaining focus and with the team imposing its game and taking the chances that came their way".
"I am confident that the Zambians wouldn't pose much problem to us, especially because we have big names in our team which means the complex will be in the Zambian team". The Chipolopolo are on seven points going into match.
Super Eagles victory over Zambia will be enough to see Nigeria return to the mundial after reaching the second round at the last FIFA World Cup in Brazil in 2014.