At the Miloud Hadefi Stadium in Oran, the African juggernauts will square off. It starts at 8 p.m. Nigerian time.
In their last three matches against the North Africans, Peseiro’s team has failed to secure a victory.
The Portuguese, however, was confident that his team could break the dry spell.
According to Peseiro, we have been trying to implement some new dynamics and methods that will be beneficial for our team. We trained well, he told NFF TV. The participants have adjusted well. Both on and off the field, the players have made good adjustments.
We will play against a good team; it won’t be simple, but we have quality, he continued. We’ll fight valiantly to defeat them.
Some of Peseiro’s game’s most important players won’t be available.
William Troost-Ekong, the assistant captain, left Algeria for England last Saturday after suffering an injury during the test match.
Wilfred Ndidi, a midfielder, was only in camp for two days before leaving for his club due to a hamstring problem.
Injury forced players like the team’s captain Ahmed Musa, Leon Balogun, Samuel Chukwueze, and Emmanuel Dennis to leave the game.
However, the former Venezuelan and Saudi Arabian tactician insisted that his team can function without them.
We have faith in the players present and in their skills. They are capable, and we have faith in them.
I am confident that they will succeed, he continued. Our team is strong enough to handle the absence of those who are not present.
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