Abuja - Nigeria goes into Wednesday's game with Sudan knowing fully well that anything short of a win will mean an end to Super Eagles’ defence of the Africa Nations Cup trophy won at the last edition in South Africa, SuperSport reports.
Stephen Keshi, who has been under immense pressure after a spate of bad results has pleaded for support for his team as they go all out in search of their first win in the final phase of the qualifying series for Morocco 2015.
The match day four clash certainly will be a must win for Nigeria, while Sudan, basking in the 1-0 win in the reverse leg in Khartoum last Saturday will come into the encounter buoyed with confidence to earn more points off the Super Eagles.
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Nigeria, with a single point sit bottom of Group A of the Caf/Orange 2015 qualifiers. A 1-0 loss to Sudan in the last game comes at the back of a 3-2 home loss to Congo in Calabar and a goalless draw in Cape Town with South Africa.
Sudan, who were in last place prior to the game in Khartoum have leapfrogged Nigeria and are third with three points going into Wednesday's game.
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