Super Eagles manager, Gernot Rohr has stated that all his players are fit ahead of their 2018 World Cup opener against Croatia on Saturday.
The Super Eagles have however not returned impressive results in their warm up games, losing matches against Serbia, England and the Czech Republic.More news: Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson become engaged
Africa's other representatives Senegal and Egypt are in joint-15th on 1.5 per cent chance with Nigeria, Tunisia takes 19th position on 0.9 per cent and Morocco are 20th (bottom) with 0.6 per cent.
The song, tittled "Dem Go Hear Am" produced by Pheelz, is powered by Aiteo, a main sponsor of the Super Eagles for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.More news: New Leaks For 2018 iPhone Suggest Triple Camera Module
Similarly, leading up to the previous World Cup, Nigeria's National Telecom Operator and Major Sponsor of the Super Eagles, Globacom, assembled its music ambassadors including MI, Flavour, Wande Coal and Omawumi to produce three theme songs aimed at firing up support for the team's success in the 2014 World Cup.
The soft spoken administrator concluded by stating his happiness with how the preparation for the World Cup has gone as he vowed that the federation would continue to throw their weight behind the team to ensure they deliver on their mandate as the NFF board.More news: The Division 2 E3 2018 Cinematic Trailer
15 - Midfielders have always worn the Super Eagles' number 15 at the World Cup: Sunday Oliseh, Justice Christopher, Lukman Haruna, Ramon Azeez, and Joel Obi.
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