Nigeria is set to play France in a high-profile international friendly in March 2018 ,as part of it’s World Cup preparations.
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has secured the mouthwatering clash to be staged in Paris on a date that will be confirmed in due time a report by Nigeria website thebreakingtimes.
This will be the first meeting between the two sides since the Group A match in the 2011 World Cup.
France snatched a 1–0 win then courtesy of Marie-Laure Delie’s second half strike.
The friendly will be France’s third against an African side in recent times after strolling past both South Africa and Ghana.
It will mark Nigeria’s first match in more than a year–since winning AWCON 2016 in December last year.
The tie will thus commence the reigning African champions’ preparations for AWCON 2018 qualifiers and kickstart a new era under coach Randy Waldrum.