Nigeria will be looking forward to stamp their position at the top of Group C of the FIFA World Cup African qualifier when they play Liberia on Saturday.
The Super Eagles are already cruising to the final round of qualifiers as they sit on top of the group with nine points from four matches, while the Lone Stars have just three points from same number of games, sitting bottom of the table.
A win against Liberia on Saturday could be just enough for the three time African champions to advance to the final phase of the African qualifiers, but that will be if Cape Verde, who are occupying the second spot on the group with seven points, drops point when they play the Central African Republic in the other fixture.
How to watch Liberia vs Nigeria
Liberia vs Nigeria TV Channel
Which TV channels across the world will stream live Liberia vs Nigeria. In Ghana and Nigeria, SuperSport is the answer and in the UK Sky Sport will be available.
Liberia vs Nigeria on SuperSport
SuperSport has the right to cover the live matches. SuperSport Channels can be found on DSTV and GOTV cable. The subscribers of these two TV cables can watch the match live.
SuperSport 9 will be available for the live coverage of the match. Most West African fans and South Africans can hook up with SuperSport on different channels to watch the match between Liberia vs Nigeria LIVE.
Watch Liberia vs Nigeria in the UK
How to watch Liberia vs Nigeria LIVE in the UK?. There are various ways the United Kingdom can watch the match between Liberia vs Nigeria the United Kingdom you can explore the best option suitable for you.
Watch Liberia vs Nigeria on Sky Sport
Sky Sports will show the match live for the United Kingdom fans and everywhere in the world if you can stream live Sky Sports online.
How to watch in the United State
Fans in the United State can hoop up to CNBC TV channel to watch the match between Liberia vs Nigeria. You can also watch live streaming on NBC sport.
Nigerian fans will be hoping that the return of Odion Ighalo to the Super Eagles after his retirement in 2019 will be of an advantage to the side. His return adds more options to coach Gernot Rohr’s strikers selection, making it more competitive.
Also returning, though from injury, are Wilfred Ndidi, Samuel Chukwueze and Alex Iwobi, a development that has now boosted the midfield of the team.
For Liberia, coach Peter Butler has a reliable squad that includes defenders like Sampson Dweh, Prince Balde and Mark Pabai.
His striking force includes Peter Wilson, Moussa Sanoh and Van-Dave Harmon among others.Head to head
Liberia has not beaten Nigeria in the last 20 years. Their last victory over the Super Eagles was a 2-1 home win in the year 2000, it was a World Cup qualifier second round group B fixture.
In their last six meetings, Nigeria has won five of them, with just one draw between them.Super Eagles biggest victory over the Lone Stars in the last 20 years was a 6-1 thrashing in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier played in 2012.
Grand Stade Tangier, Morocco.
Saturday’s match will kick off at 5pm local time.Predicted line-ups
Liberia: Derrick Julu, Mark Pabai, Sampson Dweh, Alvin Maccornel, Ben Benaiah, Abraham Soumaoro, Seth Kanteh Hellberg, Oscar Murphy Dorley, Justin Salmon, Peter Wilson, Moussa Sanoh.