Former Nigerian international, Ifeanyi Udeze has warned the Super Eagles not to take Lesotho for granted in today’s 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Recall that Nigeria will face Lesotho at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, in Uyo today at 5pm.
In a chat with Brila FM, Udeze stated that the Super Eagles must be careful with their approach and avoid taking them for granted.
“The Super Eagles must mot take Lesotho for granted in today’s 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. The team must be careful with the way they approach the game.
“Like I said earlier, the Super Eagles must not take Lesotho for granted. I wish them all the best.”
The Super Eagles head into the game on a four-match winning streak against the visitors and will look to extend their dominance in this fixture.
Nigeria picked up a morale-boosting result ahead of the World Cup qualifiers as they edged out Mozambique 3-2 at the Estádio Municipal de Albufeira on October 16.
Jose Peseiro’s men have now gone unbeaten in five games on the trot, claiming four wins and one draw since March’s 1-0 loss against Guinea-Bissau.
Having missed out in Qatar last year, the Super Eagles, who are currently 40th in the latest FIFA World Rankings, will look to begin their quest for a return to the World Cup.