Super Falcons need the result to be in contention for the title and a ticket to the World Cup in France as they play their last group match of the Women’s Africa Cup this Saturday.
“We are not doing any changes. We are working on as we have done from the beginning. Going to training sessions to prepare the team, have pre and post match meetings and watch videos of the others so we know how to play and so on”, says Nigeria’s coach, Thomas Dennerby.
“It just normal day at work. We keep going the same way we go everyday and try to do our best to secure the position as one of the teams from this group to progress to the semi-finals and that start with a victory against Equatorial Guinea.
“I am happy my team created a lot of scoring chances in our last game, it is the first step. Anyone who watched will agree that we should have probably scored more goals.
“The only thing you can do is to work on it during training sessions and talk to the players how to find good techniques to score.
“I guess there are some players who normally score when it comes to the important games. I hope we get that effect Equatorial Guinea.”