Nigeria’s Super Eagles will fly out of the country for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against South Africa on Thursday evening.

According to officials, the team led by coach Gernot Rohr will fly out from Benin City, the Edo State capital.

The Max Air chartered flight is expected to ferry 98 persons directly to Johannesburg.

The team will return to the country on Saturday after the match against Bafana Bafana at the FNB Stadium.

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In the meantime, South Africa-based Daniel Akpeyi and England-based defender Semi Ajayi were the latest arrivals at the Eagles training camp in Asaba.

Akpeyi, who was in goal when South Africa stunned Nigeria 2-0 in Uyo last year, has now completed the goalkeepers’ union in the team as both Ikechukwu Ezenwa and Theophilus Afelokhai were among the early arrivals.

Team spokesman Toyin Ibitoye said the Eagles will train twice today and both will be closed to the public.

He disclosed that Wednesday’s training will be open.

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