Super Falcons will depart for Kaduna Wednesday morning to continue preparations for the second leg tie of the African Women Championship qualifier against Rwanda billed for the Ahmadu Bello stadium on June 7.
Nigeria need a draw to qualify after winning 4-1 in the first leg.
Meanwhile, coach Edwin Okon has said that his girls would play the She Amavubi as if their whole life depend on the game.
“We wont be over confident when we play them. We would not be complacent,” said Okon.
Turkey based striker Desire Oparanozie has promised that she and her teammates will continue their goal scoring run when the She-Amavubi visit Nigeria.
“We might have won the first leg 4-1 but we are not done yet,” said Oparanozie.
“We know goals make fans happy and we are ready by God’s grace to put smiles on the faces of Nigerians” she concluded.