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Flying Eagles start list vs Dolphins

30 January 2015, 17:18Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Suspended defender Zaharadeen Bello has returned to the Flying Eagles starting XI after serving out a one-match ban, while Obinna Nwobodo will get his first start for the Flying Eagles at the Super 4 Friday against Dolphins.

Ali Chiwendu will also get a first start for the Nigeria U20s in place of Mustapha Abdullahi at left-back.

The Flying Eagles are top of the six-team invitational tournament with nine points after three matches and they are up against Dolphins, who have struggled to impress thus far.

Also read: Flying Eagles ring changes for Pillars test

The Flying Eagles final match in this competition is on Sunday against the country’s Olympic team, the Dream Team VI.

 Kick-off is 5pm at the Abuja National Stadium.

Flying Eagles XI vs Dolphins:

Olorunleke Ojo – Musa Muhammed (Captain), Ali Chiwendu, Saheed  Abdul Ganiyu, Zaharadeen Bello, Ifeanyi Ifeanyi, Akinjide Idowu, Obinna Nwobodo, Bernard Bulbwa,Taiwo Awoniyi, Gabriel ikechukwu

Subs: Joshua Enaholo, Roland Silas, Mustapha Abdullahi, Abdullahi Alfa, Musa Yahaya, Chidera Eze, Prince Aggreh, Tunde Adeniji, Usman Hassan, Billy Auta, Adamu Abubakar, Wasiu Jimoh

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