Coach of the senior national team of Libya Adel Amrouche says he is confident of his side having a good result against Nigeria when both teams meet on the 10th of October in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers.
Nigeria will lock horns in back to back games against Libya in October with Libya currently leading group D of the qualifiers with four points after their 0-0 draw against second place South Africa, a team they lead base on his superior goal difference.
Speaking after the game against South, Amrouche said his team who are one point ahead of Nigeria are not scared of facing the Super Eagles and wouldn’t mind playing both games in Nigeria.
He further said South Africa, who defeated Nigeria 2-0 in Uyo are better than the Super Eagles as the Nigerian team rely on voodoo to win games, while his team rely on God.
“Believe me I prefer to play Nigeria than South Africa because I have the experience to play against them. South Africa is a fantastic team and have fantastic players and it’s not easy to play against them.
“For me, I’m ready for Nigeria; if they want we can play both games in Nigeria; they believe in juju and we believe in God,” Amrouche said.