Nigeria’s Super Sand Eagles have the chance of progressing to the quarterfinal stage of the ongoing FIFA Beach
Soccer World Cup in Nassau, Bahamas early hours of tomorrow morning if they are able to overcome the challenge posed by Iran.
The game is schedule for Tuesday 2.30am (Nigerian time) at the National Beach Soccer Arena in Nassau.
Both teams have only won one game each. They both lost a game to make today’s clash a winner-takes-it-all.
After Eagles lost their opening game to Italy, last Saturday’s 3-2 victory over Mexico brought them back to life with the hope of progressing to the knock out phase. That lifeline will be meaningless if they are unable to build on with victory against the Iranians.
Iran began their campaign at this edition on a bright note snatching a nail-biting 3-2 victory against the Mexicans but failed to build on it in their next game as they lost their second game 5-4 to Italy.