Gernot Rohr’s men face the Eagles as they hope to end the international window with a victory
Nigeria face Serbia for the first time ever in Tuesday’s international friendly billed for the Hive Stadium, London.
The Super Eagles come into the encounter full of optimism having silenced Poland 1-0 before their home fans thanks to Victor Moses’ second-half strike.
For Mladen Krstajic’s men, they got spanked 2-1 by Morocco at the Stadio Olimpico – a slight setback to their 2018 World Cup preparations.
It was also revealed that the Super Eagles pre-match conference will hold at 6:15pm.
“Media Alert. Our official training holds at 4pm today(Monday). It will be open to the media and fans for the first 20 minutes only.
“Our pre match press conference starts at 6.15pm.
Venue: The Hive, Barnet FC Stadium.
The game against Serbia is Nigeria’s second pre-world Cup preparatory game in four days for the Russia 2018 World Cup in June.
The Super Eagles had on Friday defeated Poland 1-0 courtesy of Victor Moses’ 61st minute penalty.