Ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have announced a timetable for your darling Eagles.

NFF president, Amaju Pinnick says the team will start out with two friendlies in March.

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The three-time African champions are then scheduled to play another warm-up game on May 27 at the Abuja National Stadium with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari expected to be special guest.

The Eagles, according to Pinnick, will then play two other friendlies on June 2 and June 6.

Three Lions of England will most likely be one of the teams Nigeria will face in June.

Housed in Group D, the Super Eagles will open their Russia 2018 campaign on June 16 against Croatia.

Eagles World Cup Build-up Programme

March 23 Friendly vs Poland

March 27 Friendly vs another World Cup-bound team

May 27 Friendly in Abuja

June 2 Friendly vs another World Cup-bound team

June 6 Final warm-up match


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