Super Eagles interim head coach Augustine Eguavoen insists Nigeria will take nothing for granted as they go in full throttle for the three points, even as some fresh legs may see action on Wednesday night.
The Super Eagles play Guinea-Bissua in their final group D game with their leadership of the group already confirmed irrespective of Wednesday’s results but Eguavoen is adamant his team will still go all out for victory.
“There is no room for complacency. We want to remain at the high level that we have found ourselves and that means putting in the solid shift that will continue to guarantee victory in our matches,” he said.
Meanwhile, versatile defender Chidozie Awaziem has been confirmed by Super Eagles’ medics to have returned to full fitness.
The athletic right back, who can also play in central defence, is likely to get a taste of AFCON action when the three-time champions take the pitch against the competition debutants at the Stade Roumdé Adjia in Garoua on Wednesday night.
The Alanyaspor FC of Turkey player did not play any part in the team’s two previous games against Egypt and Sudan.