The Nigeria train moves to Lubango today for WednesdayÂ´s Group C game against Mozambique at the Tundavala Stadium.
Nigeria, second in Group C with three points, need a win to be sure of a place in the quarter-finals. Egypt have six maximum points from their first two matches and could end up the Group winner if they draw with Benin Republic at a match taking place place in Benguela on Wednesday evening.
The Group winner will stay in Benguela for the quarter- finals, to play the second â€”placed team from Group D, while the second â€” placed, likely to be Nigeria, will remain in Lubango for next MondayÂ´s quarter-finals.
Each of the Eagles players, despite the teamÂ´s limp performance so far, will earn $33,000 (about N5 million) for reaching the quarter-finals, while Head Coach Shaibu Amodu will make double that amount (N10million).
Members of the Presidential Task Force, headed by Rivers State Governor Rotimi Amaechi are expected to also fly into Lubango from Luanda for WednesdayÂ´s match.