How to watch Nigeria vs Liberia Live, free TV channels, team news, kick-off time of FIFA 2022 qualifiers

On the road to FIFA 2022 World Cup, Nigeria host Liberia today as they start to build their points to be able to win the group.

Only the head of the group will proceed to the final stage of the qualifiers.

Team News

Nigeria is in group C and other teams in the group include, Cape Verde, C A R and Liberia.

Cape Verde travelled to C A R where they played 1-1 draw. If Nigeria beat Liberia, they will top the group.

Nigeria and Liberia have met about 14 times across all competitions with Nigeria winning nine times.

How to watch Nigeria vs Liberia Live, kick-off time and more, team news.

Here is how you can watch Nigeria vs Liberia World Cup qualification match on Television and other means. We will also give you other details about the match.

Don’t forget that Nigeria have already qualified for the competition that will take place in Cameroon.

Here is all the information you need to know as Nigeria host Lesotho at the Teslim Balogun stadium in Like on 3rd of August 2021.

Kick-off Time

The match between Nigeria and Liberia will kick-off by 5:00pm Nigerian time.

Super Eagles of Nigeria will start their campaign as they host Liberia in Lagos today.

Match Time and Venue for Nigeria vs Liberia

The Nigeria vs Liberia match will be played at the Teslim Balogun pitch in Lagos State and will kick off at 18:00 CEST and 17:00 17:00 WAT.

TV Channel to watch Nigeria vs Liberia:

The Nigeria vs Lesotho match will be shown live on Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) for all Nigeria supporters that will not be allowed into the stadium suitable to the Covid-19 restriction.

The three-time winners of the Africa Cup of Nations will host Liberia in Lagos Nigeria.

Nigeria Squad list:.

Goalkeepers: Francis Uzoho (APOEL Nicosia, Cyprus); Daniel Akpeyi (Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa); Maduka Okoye (Sparta Rotterdam, Netherlands)

Defenders: Chidozie Awaziem (FC Boavista, Portugal); Kenneth Omeruo (CD Leganes, Spain); Leon Balogun (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland); William Ekong (Watford FC, England); Olaoluwa Aina (Torino FC, Italy); Jamilu Collins (SC Padeborn 07, Germany); Abdullahi Shehu (AC Omonia, Cyprus); Zaidu Sanusi (FC Porto, Portugal); Kevin Akpoguma (TSG Hoffenheim, Germany)

Midfielders: Oghenekaro Etebo (Watford FC, England); Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City, England); Frank Onyeka (Brentford FC, England); Joseph Ayodele-Aribo (Glasgow Rangers, Scotland)

Forwards: Ahmed Musa (Fatih Karagumruk, Turkey); Alex Iwobi (Everton FC, England); Samuel Kalu (FC Bordeaux, France); Victor Osimhen (Napoli FC, Italy); Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester City, England); Moses Simon (FC Nantes, France); Paul Onuachu (KRC Genk, Belgium)

Reserves: Terem Moffi (FC Lorient, France); Henry Onyekuru (Olympiacos FC, Greece); Chidera Ejuke (CSKA Moscow, Russia); Innocent Bonke (Malmo FF, Sweden); Valentine Ozornwafor (Sporting Charleroi, Belgium); Tyronne Ebuehi (Venezia FC, Italy); Kingsley Michael (Bologna FC, Italy)

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