Super Falcons returned to training on Thursday ahead of their round of 16 clash against the Lionesses of England.
The Randy Waldrum-led side had a two-day break for ‘sightseeing’ in Brisbane as part of their recovery routine following a goalless draw against the Republic of Ireland on Monday
The draw ensured that nine-time African champions became the first African team to qualify for the round of 16 as they finished runners-up in Group B of the competition.
Falcons avoided defeat in all three group-stage matches for the first time in history, with a win and two draws.
Their attention are now fixed on the game against England which is expected to be a tough test for the Africans who will be aiming to cause an upset and advance to the quarter-final.
The game is slated for Monday, August 7th, 2023 at 8.30 am in Brisbane, Australia