The Super Eagles players and technical crew on Monday arrived the city of Oran from Constantine ahead of Tuesday’s international friendly against former African champions Algeria reports Prime Business Africa.
The Nigerian national team is seeking to arrest a poor form against the Fennecs who have won the previous last two meetings between them.
The team had been in Constantine since last week Monday, barely 24 hours after the last round of games before the international break.
The Eagles were held to a 2-2 draw by the home-based Algerian national side in a test game on Friday night ahead of Tuesday’s friendly.
The Eagles have had several players pull out of the game due to injuries but currently have 22 players in camp after vice captain William Troost Ekong was forced to leave camp like teammate Wilfred Ndidi.
Tuesday’s game will be played at the Miloud Hadefi Stadium, Oran. Kick off is 8pm Nigerian time.