Genort Rohr and his Super Eagle’s team will depart for Sfax, Tunisia via a chartered airline on the 15th of October ahead of their African Cup of Nations qualifying round match which is on the 16th of October. The Super Eagles will first host the Libyan team at Godswill Akpabio stadium by October 13th before the reverse fixture which holds three days later.
Libya due to the current national crises have decided to adopt the 18,000-capacity Stade Taïeb Mhiri in the city of Sfax, Tunisia for the October 16 game.
Reports have it that the Nigerian team will immediate depart Sfax after the match and is expected to arrive Nigeria in the early hours of Wednesday October 17.
Reports also have it that the Libyan team will be airlifted via a chartered airline to Uyo, Akwa Ibom after holding their one week camp in Tunisia.
Both Parties have already released their shot-list of players expected to be involving in the affair.
The Super Eagles 24-Man list have been instructed by the Nigerian Football Federation to lodge at the Le Meridian Ibom Hotels & Resorts, Uyo on 8 of October.
Nigeria currently is placed in third place with three points after the first two rounds of qualifying games, and will be hoping to get things right.