On the left corner, the Eagles of Carthage Tunisia, winners of the 2004 African Nation Cup, and current group leader in group B African World Cup qualification group with six points. Tunisia started round 2 of the World Cup qualification with a bang, beating Kenya and Mozambique respectively.
Kenya 1 Vs 2 Tunisia / March 28, 2009
Tunisia 2 Vs 0 Mozambique / June 6, 2009
The Eagles of Carthage Tunisia will have home field advantage as Tunisian football supporters will not miss the chance to support their national team on its World Cup quest against Nigeria. Tunisian football club fans, well known for their heavy support for the Tunisian local football league, will play a role in the intimidation of the Super Eagles.
2dramasports notes on Tunisia Football Team
 Great attacking potential
 Defense is often suspect
 Striker, Issam Jemma, will not be available due to injury
 Lassaad Nouioua is also not available due to injury
 Amine Chermitti will be returning from injury
On the right corner, The Super Eagles of Nigeria, two time, African Nations Cup winners (1980,1994), and second place winner with 4 points in group B of the African World Cup qualification. Watching Super Eagles Football is like a roller coast ride. The game has its high and low points. The Super Eagles began sluggish in the round 2 qualification with a draw against Mozambique, but picked up momentum by sound trashing of Kenya.
Mozambique 0 Vs 0 Nigeria / March 28, 2009
Nigeria 3 Vs 0 Kenya / June 7,2009
Beating Kenya still left fans with doubts despite the score line. The Kenyans missed two goal chances against Nigeria that should not be missed. On the other hand, the Nigerian midfield has its problem losing possession of the ball. One can only imagine what would have happened if the game was played against the likes of Tunisia.
In a match against Tunisia, Nigeria faces a tough opponent that can punish the mistakes of Nigeria within midfield and defense lapses. Coach Amodu would need to bring back Yobo and Shittu back into the Super Eagles back four. Amodu needs to address the midfield crisis with experienced midfields like Wilson Oruma and Christain Obodo; this is where experienced has priority over youth. Players like Kanu would be needed as a super sub to help-out the eagles in the second half of the match.