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    • 1Enyeama
    • 13Oshaniwa
    • 5Efe Ambrose
    • 22Omeruo
    • 2Yobo
    • 8Odemwingie
    • 10Mikel
    • 17Onazi
    • 7Musa
    • 18Babatunde
    • 9Emenike
    • 1Begovic
    • 13Mujdza
    • 4Spahic
    • 7Besic
    • 15Sunjic
    • 20Hajrovic
    • 18Medunjanin
    • 16Lulic
    • 8Pjanic
    • 10Misimovic
    • 11Dzeko
    • 23Shola Ameobi
    • 15Azeez
    • 21Agbim
    • 19Nwofor
    • 20Uchebo
    • 4Gabriel
    • 12Odunlami
    • 14Oboabona
    • 11Moses
    • 16Ejide
    • 6Egwuekwe
    • 3Uzoenyi
    • 21Hadzic
    • 17Ibricic
    • 23Salihovic
    • 14Tino Susic
    • 12Fejzic
    • 2Vrsajevic
    • 5Kolasinac
    • 9Ibisevic
    • 19Visca
    • 22Avdukic
    • 6Vranjes
    • 3Bicakcic

    Nigeria

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 1 V. Enyeama
    • 13 J. Oshaniwa
    • 5 E. Ambrose Emuobo
    • 22 K. Omeruo
    • 2 J. Yobo
    • 8 P. Odemwingie
    • 10 J. Mikel
    • 17 O. Onazi
    • 7 A. Musa (Ameobi ')
    • 18 M. Babatunde (Uzoenyi ')
    • 9 E. Emenike

    Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 1 A. Begovic
    • 13 M. Mujdza
    • 4 E. Spahic
    • 7 M. Besic
    • 15 T. Sunjic
    • 20 I. Hajrovic (Ibisevic ')
    • 18 H. Medunjanin (Susic ')
    • 16 S. Lulic (Salihovic ')
    • 8 M. Pjanic
    • 10 Z. Misimovic
    • 11 E. Dzeko
    Substitutes
    • 23 F. Ameobi
    • 15 R. Azeez
    • 21 C. Agbim
    • 19 U. Nwofor
    • 20 M. Uchebo
    • 4 R. Gabriel
    • 12 K. Odunlami
    • 14 G. Oboabona
    • 11 V. Moses
    • 16 A. Ejide
    • 6 A. Egwuekwe
    • 3 E. Uzoenyi
    Substitutes
    • 21 A. Hadzic
    • 17 S. Ibricic
    • 23 S. Salihovic
    • 14 T. Susic
    • 12 J. Fejzic
    • 2 A. Vrsajevic
    • 5 S. Kolasinac
    • 9 V. Ibisevic
    • 19 E. Visca
    • 22 A. Avdukic
    • 6 O. Vranjes
    • 3 E. Bicakcic

    Nigeria vs Bosnia and Herzegovina

    This will be the first ever game between Nigeria and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

    Nigeria have won four, lost four and drawn once against European sides at the World Cup.

    Nigeria haven’t won any of their last nine World Cup games (D3 L6), their last victory was a 1-0 over Bulgaria in 1998.

    Vedad Ibisevic netted Bosnia-Herzegovina’s first ever World Cup goal against Argentina. He had already found the net eight times in the European World Cup qualifiers.

    Nigeria’s last World Cup goal from open play came in 2002 (Aghahowa against Sweden). Since then, the Eagles have mustered just three goals in five games, all from dead-ball situations.

    Five of the last six goals Nigeria have conceded at the World Cup have come from set-pieces.

    No player was involved in more goals than Edin Dzeko in the European qualifiers (14 – 10 goals, 4 assists).

    Bosnia and Herzegovina attempted more shots at goal (11) than their opponents Argentina (9) in the opening match.