Sudan Players promise to win Super Eagles in a match between Sudan and Nigeria

Sudan players have promised to shock Nigeria by getting the three points in the Africa Cup of Nations’ encounter against Nigeria. 

Sudan Players promise to  win Super Eagles in a match between Sudan and Nigeria

 Nigeria and Sudan will meet on Saturday ( moment) at Roumde Adjia Stadium in Matchday two of Group D of AFCON in Cameroon. 
Nigeria’s Super Eagles enter the match on top after defeating Egypt 1-0, while Sudan’s Jediane Falcons have one point from a goalless draw with Guinea-Bissau. 
 
 The Super Eagles enter the game with high morale, especially after prostrating Egypt in the group top match, thanks to Kelechi Iheanacho stunner in the first half. 
 Coach Augustine Eguavoen’s platoon set themselves among the pets to go far, after the outstanding performance against the Dictators in the first match. 

 The Jediane Falcons await a delicate task on Saturday, but the companions of goalkeeper Ali Abu Ashren hope to achieve a positive result to revive their chances of qualifying for the knockout stage. 
 
 Abu Ashren starred to save his platoon against Guinea-Bissau when he saved a penalty kick in the last twinkles. Coach Burhan Tiya hopes his players will be at their stylish against the important Nigerian platoon so they can keep expedients of qualifying. 
 Trainer of Sudan, Burhan Tia, said the absence of the platoon’s crucial player, Mohamed Abdel Rahman, wo n’t affect performance. 
 
 “ We play with a great platoon with high- position stars, but we will play with a balance between defense and attack. The absence of Mohamed Abdel Rahman is emotional, but we've a number of youthful players staying for an occasion to appear,” he said. 
Sudan player, Yassin Hamid, hovered that Super Eagles will be shocked by their determination to record palm. 
 “ In these events, we can draw or win. Football is played on the field, not in names. Nigeria are a megastar platoon and we're a youthful platoon, but we will fight to fulfill our ambition to go past the group stage,” he told CAF Online.