Super Eagles captain Mikel Obi has warned Argentina they will be up this evening against a much improved Nigeria team.
Nigeria will be in a celebratory mood when they walk out to face their opponents, fresh from completing qualification for the World Cup as unbeaten group winners.
Argentina, who have already qualified for the World Cup in Russian Federation, will be without Lionel Messi, who withdrew from the squad after defeating Russian Federation on Saturday.
The South American giant will be without their super star, Lionel Messi as the soccer icon withdrew from the squad after La Albiceleste 1-0 victory in Moscow at the weekend.
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Rohr, in a statement on the NFF website, said NFF's professional approach to the team's preparations for all their six qualifiers played a pivotal role in the team's success.
The midfield trio will consist of skipper Mikel Obi who was rested for the Algerian game, Leicester City's Wilfred Ndidi, and John Ogu.
In both drawn games away from home, they were pegged back by late penalty kicks to the hosts in the dying minutes.
While it is fairly clear that the current set of Super Eagles are not the best that the nation has ever produced, the NFF can be at the vanguard of making them to give their best at the World Cup.
Argentina have the edge with five wins, one loss and one draw against the three-time African champions.