Soccernet.ng brings you everything you need to know about the Super Falcons’ World Cup fixture against the reigning Olympics champions
Nigeria commence their quest for a maiden FIFA Women’s World Cup triumph with a fierce fixture against Canada.
Notwithstanding the dramas that seem to have overshadowed the Super Falcons’ preparations, the West Africans know that anything short of victory against the reigning Olympics queens could spell doom for their aspirations.
Bev Priestman’s women must be wary of the Nigerians having in mind that they are yet to secure victory over them since the inception of the global football showpiece.
They bowed 1-0 to Africans their last time out in the 2011 edition with Perpetua Nkwocha’s 84th minute strike sealing victory inside Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion.
How will Nigeria vs Canada #FIFAWWC Group B encounter end?
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WHEN IS THE GAME
The match between Nigeria and Canada is scheduled for 03:00 (West African Time) on Friday, July 21.
WHAT CHANNELS CAN I WATCH THE GAME ON TV?
21/7/23 03:30 WAT (3.30AM) Nigeria vs Canada Super Sports
HOW DO I STREAM LIVE?
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WHERE IS THE CLASH OF THE TITANS?
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne
Goalkeepers: Chiamaka Nnadozie, Tochukwu Oluehi, Yewande Balogun
Defenders: Onome Ebi, Osinachi Ohale, Glory Ogbonna, Ashleigh Plumptre, Rofiat Imuran, Michelle Alozie, Oluwatosin Demehin (Reims Stadium, France)
Midfielders: Halimatu Ayinde, Rasheedat Ajibade, Toni Payne, Christy Ucheibe, Deborah Abiodun, Jennifer Echegini
Forwards: Uchenna Kanu, Gift Monday, Ifeoma Onumonu, Asisat Oshoala, Desire Oparanozie, Francisca Ordega, Esther Okoronkwo