The Naija Super Eagles have a chance to redeem their image after the abysmal performance in the 4-4 draw in Benin, as they will face the Leone Stars in the second leg at the Siaka Stevens Stadium on Tuesday.
These two national teams have faced each other 15 times in all competitions, and Nigeria have won 9 games, with Sierra Leone have won just 2 matches, with the other 4 games ending in a draw.
The Super Eagles will be without Victor Osimhen and Dennis Emmanuel due to injury, while Samuel Chukwueze is a major doubt for the clash. Sierra Leone have all their players available for the return leg.
A win for Naija will ensure their qualification for the 2021 African Cup of Nations, but they will have to do more than they did in the first leg, as Sierra Leone are unbeaten in 7 years at home, but the Super Eagles should do enough to knick a slim win.