The interim coach of Libya, Omar Al-Maryami, is confident that the Mediterranean Knights will avenge their four-nil loss to Nigeria in Saturday’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier when they host the Super Eagles in the reverse fixture tomorrow in Sfax, Tunisia.
Al-Maryami replaced Adel Amrouche who resigned five days before the match in Uyo. Al-Maryami says the Knights must attack the Super Eagles to stand a chance of winning.
The game will kick-off at 7pm Nigerian time. The Super Eagles are also expected to depart Sfax immediately after the match and arrive in Abuja in the early hours of Wednesday, 17th October.
Libya are third in the Group E of 2019 AFCON qualifiers with four points from three games, while Nigeria are second with six points from also from three points. South Africa lead the group on seven points. Seychelles are at the bottom of the group.