If reports reaching Nigerianreporter.com are anything to believe, then the Super Eagles must brace themselves ahead of the 2017 African Cup of Nations double-header clash against the Pharaohs of Egypt as the North Africans have set a game plan of slowing down the clock with unnecessary injuries.
According to a reliable source, the Egyptian team who is poised to make a comeback to the tournament, as the Nigerian team has eluded them in the past four editions, plan to slow the tempo of the match against Nigeria by creating time wasting tactics to ease the pressure.
The Egyptian Football Federation has issued a sack notice to the team’s coach, Héctor Cúper if he falls to the superior fire power of the Super Eagles.
The team is expected to arrive in Kaduna on Wednesday and will train twice in a bid to perfect their strategies for crunch time this could determine the fate of the two teams in group G.
Egypt are top of the group with six points while Nigeria are second on the log with four points from two matches.