Nigeria Vs. Iceland Live Stream

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June 19-24, 2018 - The FIFA World Cup takes place in Russian Federation, with 32 teams competing to be crowned World Champions.

Iceland will be looking for their first win of the tournament as well following a massive 1-1 draw with Argentina.

Referee: Matt Conger (NZL) TEAM NEWS Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr made three changes to his team for Friday's Group D World Cup match against Iceland, bringing in Kelechi Iheanacho and Ahmed Musa up front and Kenneth Omeruo in defence. Iceland hope to further bury Argentina's Round of 16 qualification hopes with a win over Nigeria but the Africans will surely not make it easy for them considering their own survival is at stake. Matchday two fixtures in the group stage take place over the next five days, beginning with Russian Federation versus Egypt, and finishing with Group H match-ups between Japan and Poland, and Senegal against Colombia.

Gudmundsson, who plays for Burnley in England's Premier League, has 65 caps for Iceland and is a key part of the team's fast, counter-attacking style.

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There has only been one previous meeting between Nigeria and Iceland, with the European side winning 3-0 in a friendly in August 1981.

If you have cable or satellite then use the Fox Sports Go website or mobile app to login with your provider's credentials and access the Fox live stream for Nigeria vs Iceland. Iceland had 8 shots on goal in the first half against Argentina but failed to have a single shot in the second half.

We have some Group D World Cup action from the Volgograd Arena on Friday, as Nigeria takes on Iceland. Then there's the fact that John Obi Mikel is still their No 10.

Victor Moses and Alex Iwobi play out wide, but both need a ball-playing midfielder to find them in space for them to work their magic at club level. Nigeria on the other hand is a team with good talent but lack the kind of morale Iceland have at the moment. For Iceland, six of their previous seven matches have ended with over 2.5 goals scored, five actually with an average of 3.5.

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