Nigeria and Argentina will face off in a friendly match tomorrow. This would be the 8th meeting between both sides in all competitions.
Argentina have the edge with five wins, one loss and one draw against the three-time African champions.
Super Eagles gaffer Gernot Rohr will likely make four changes for the clash with 2014 World Cup Finalists Argentina.
Skipper John Obi Mikel returns to the team after he was rested for the match against Algeria last Friday.
Francis Uzoho might play in goal and Girona striker Olarenwaju Kayode is set to lead the attack. Brian Idowu is expected play in defense for Nigeria.
Nigeria will field a number of players who will be familiar faces with Leon Balogun and William Troost Ekong expected to pair at the heart of the defence.
Mainz defender Balogun said the match is like a World Cup to the Nigerians because they have been looking forward to this game for a long time and they will give Nigeria a good run for their money.
Manager Jorge Sampaoli named his squad for the clash, and several stars were snubbed. Barcelona star Leo Messi won’t play any part in the game.
The Albiceleste secured their ticket to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in their final qualifier against Ecuador, with captain Messi scoring a historic hat-trick in their 3-1 win.
Sampaoli’s men took on Russia on 11 November, winning 1-0 thanks to Sergio Aguero’s solitary strike.
Head To Head Meetings
25 Jun 1994 Argentina 2-1 Nigeria FIFA World Cup
10 Jan 1995 Nigeria 0-0 Argentina FIFA Confederations Cup
02 Jun 2002 Argentina 1-0 Nigeria FIFA World Cup
12 Jun 2010 Argentina 1-0 Nigeria FIFA World Cup
01 Jun 2011 Nigeria 4-1 Argentina International Friendly
06 Sep 2011 Argentina 3-1 Nigeria International Friendly
25 Jun 2014 Nigeria 2-3 Argentina FIFA World Cup
Start Time : Argentina and Nigeria will face off at the Krasnodar Stadium, Krasnodar, starting from 1730 hours on Tuesday, November 14.