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2026 WCQ: Super Eagles Vs Bafana Bafana To Hold June 7

2026 WCQ: Super Eagles Vs Bafana Bafana To Hold June 7

The Super Eagles of Nigeria will entertain the Bafana Bafana of South Africa in a 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying matchday three encounter on Friday, June 7.

The highly anticipated encounter will hold at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, Uyo.

The Super Eagles are still searching for their first win in the qualifiers.

The three-time African champions have recorded two points having drawn their opening two games against minnows Lesotho and Zimbabwe.

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They will also face the Squirrels of Benin Republic in a matchday four encounter also in June.

South Africa are second in the group with three points from two games.

Rwanda are the surprise leaders with four points from same number of matches.

The overall winners in the group will advance to 2026 World Cup which will be jointly hosted by USA, Canada and Mexico.

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  • Nigeria need to be serious now.

    NFF officials need to up their game. They are the number one enemies of Nigeria football. If NFF get it right, there is more than enough talents in Nigeria to make Nigeria number one in Africa.

  • Chima E Samuels 2 months ago

    Finidi is the coach, NFF knows that they’re wrong that is why they don’t want to announce him until weeks to the match when we will have no option than to accept. This present NFF president is heartless and doesn’t care about the well-being of Nigeria football. Pinnick is also hoping he will fail so he is seen as better. Pinnick is leading this man astray and nobody can do anything about it.

    • Doffi Atoshi 1 month ago

      Finidi cannot be the coach having failed with Eyimba.

  • Bestsport 1 month ago

    Why all these unnecessary delay by our Hugely incompetent Nff and his clueless technical committee! Amuneke is the for now the best to go with. Forget everything else against Amuneke he is the best he should be assisted by finidi if not better let amuneke choose his own back up assistant who will be loyal to him… foreign coach now is a big risk because of short time before the world Cup qualification games

    • Doffi Atoshi 1 month ago

      AMUNEKE is the Man,take it to the Bank.

    • Chima E Samuels 1 month ago

      Guys I affirm but Pinnick has choosen Finidi. Pinnick is still the president if you know you know.

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