Nigeria vs Liberia Live Stream, Prediction, Head to Head, Venue & Kick Off Time – Nigeria Super Eagles begin their journey to Qatar 2022 World Cup campaign as they host Liberia at Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos on Friday by 5pm.
Super Eagles will lock horns against the Lone Star of Liberia in their World Cup qualifying match on Friday.
Nigeria and Liberia are in Group C alongside with Cape Verde and Central Africa.
From African qualifiers, 40 teams will compete in the ten groups, and only the group winners will advance to the third and final round of the qualification series.
After the final qualification five teams from the Groups winner will represent Africa in Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Super Eagles have been qualified to World Cup six times and hoping to seal their qualification for Qatar 2022 next year.
All you need to know about Nigeria vs Liberia
Nigeria vs Liberia match time?
Super Eagles of Nigeria face Lone Star of Liberia on Friday September 3, the game will be kick off at 5pm West Africa time at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos.
How to watch Nigeria vs Liberia Live?
Nigeria football federation (NFF) haven’t confirm the TV stations that will broadcast Nigeria vs Liberia World Cup qualifier live.
But Nigeria vs Liberia will be available to be streamed live on GOtv, Start Times, beIN Sports.
Where is the venue for Nigeria vs Liberia?
Qatar 2022 World Cup Qualifying between Super Eagles bad the Lone Star will be played at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos and 5,000 Nigerian fans will be allowed to watch the game live.
Football commentator Emmanuel Etim has reveals that the game will be in favor of the Super Eagles.
5000 Nigeria fans will be hoping for better performance from Super Eagles this time after previous disappointing 4-4 drew with Sierra Leone in the AFCON qualifier.
Prediction:Nigeria 3-0 Liberia.
Who is the match referees?
World Football Body, FIFA have appointed Togolese official, Kouassi Attisso Attiogbe as the referee for Friday FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying match between Nigeria and Liberia at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere in Lagos.
Attiogbe lines men and Komlan Domenyo Adiwotso (assistant referee 1), Limna Kabassima (assistant referee 2) and Yelebodom Gado Bodjona (fourth official).
FIFA also appointed Munkaila Nassam Adam from Ghana as the match commissioner, while Abdellah El Achiri from Morocco will serve as referee assessor.
So far the number of African countries that have made appearances in World Cup, between France 1938 and Russia 2018, out of a total of 54 Countries in the continent.
Egypt, Morocco, Congo DR (formerly Zaire), Tunisia, Algeria, Cameroon, Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal, Angola, Côte d’Ivoire, Togo, and Ghana.