He assured that the team which takes on the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in a double header within the next few days, was in high spirits.
The motivation for Cameroon, which then hosts Nigeria on Monday, is that they don't want to be the champion of Africa but sitting out the World Cup.
Aina understands that the games could make or mar the Eagles chances of joining the Russian Federation train and is already looking forward to the whole experience. We have to give everything that we have when we are going to play against them. "I'll like to see some of these players there", he said.
In fact, apart from the D'Tigress winning the trophy in Mali, they also qualified for the 2018 FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup in Spain and this should be a morale booster for the Eagles.
"I hadn't played for England at any level for quite a while, and global football is something that I wanted to experience".
"We believe in prayers". "Should we fail to achieve that target, I do not think it will be possible to qualify for Russia", Broos said. His presence alone is a great boost to the team and it will motivate us as well.
"It is a big match and we are fully focused and committed".
"We just want to win". Thereafter, we can talk about the return match in Yaounde.
"We are four points behind and we know that if we lose, we are finished". Zambia and Algeria, the other two teams in the group, have one point each and clash at the Heroes National Stadium in Lusaka on Saturday.
After two rounds played, Nigeria scored a maximum of six points.
In the United Kingdom, the game will be available to watch live on television on BT Sport 2, as well as being available to stream online using the BT Sport app. Click any of these buttons below!