Nigeria FIFA WCQ: Super Eagles Land In Abidjan, Train Ahead Of Cheetahs Clash

The Super Eagles have arrived in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire’s capital, to face Benin Republic on Match Day 4 of the 2026 FIFA World Cup, which will take place on Monday.

The African silver medalists have everything to play for, as they sit fifth on the log with three points after three games.

Benin Republic, having defeated Rwanda (1-0) on Matchday 3, is confident ahead of their home encounter against Nigeria.

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Former Super Eagles and Cheetahs Head Coach Gernot Rohr would want to grab a pound of flesh from Nigeria after being shown the exit doors.

The Super Eagles had a feel of the turf during their first training session today at 5:00pm, which is available to the media for the first fifteen minutes.

Lesotho leads the Group C table with five points, followed by Benin Republic, Rwanda, and South Africa, all of which have four points.

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