The Head Coach of the Super Eagles, Sunday Oliseh, has expressed confidence in the ability of his team to fly over Swaziland in the second leg preliminary elimination match for the 2018 World Cup.
The Super Eagles had on Friday played a goalless draw with Swaziland in the first leg of the qualifier for the group stage.
Speaking on Monday on the second leg qualifier taking place in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on Tuesday, Oliseh said: “It (the first leg) was a game that we went all out to win.
“Unfortunately, we didn’t get that, but we thank God that at least we have made everything open for ourselves to just win on Tuesday and qualify.
“We want to qualify and we will be going all out to win.
“So far, I have been impressed with the boys and the intensity of training.
“Hopefully, we will get the win that we will be pushing for on Tuesday.”