Nigeria’s Super Falcons’ quest for a record-extending 15th qualification for the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations will see them facing Cape Verde in the second round of the qualifying series. Nigeria will host the first leg at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena in Lagos.
The second leg will be at Estádio Nacional de Cabo Verde. Both matches will hold in November. Aggregate winners will qualify for the 15th edition of the competition. Cape Verde got into the final qualifiers after eliminating Liberia on a 6-2 aggregate.