Two fresh faces are set to take their bow with the Nigeria national team, the Super Eagles as they take on the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in the second leg of their World Cup qualifiers on Monday in Yaounde.

The two players primed for a maiden appearance with the Super Eagles are Hapoel Be’er Sheva striker Anthony Nwakaeme and Hull City defender Ola Aina.

Nwakaeme was an unused substitute in the Eagles 4-0 demolition of Cameroon last Friday in Uyo, Aina on his part was not listed in the matchday squad as he had not been given the needed clearance by FIFA.

With Odion Ighalo doubtful for Monday's game, Nwakeme who has four goals to his name in the UEFA Champions League qualifier this season is tipped to get a look-in to fill the void.

Aina is also seen as a good addition to the evolving backline of the Super Eagles.  

Three–time champions Nigeria play Cameroon on Monday in Yaounde in a Day 4 encounter of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Africa qualifying race, with five points clear of second–placed Zambia and seven ahead of third–placed Cameroon.

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