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Jun 22, 2014

 

Nigeria and Bosnia- Herzegovnia will each like to get to get a win under their belt to make progress in the  FIFA World Cup 2014 after Argentina secured their qualification to the next round earlier in their day. Nigeria are team armed with plenty of experience in World Cups and should do well to progress through to the next round, a feat that they have not managed in their last two campaigns.

 

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Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the other hand are playing their first World Cup and despite being the newest entrants, they are far from being whipping boys. They have a a array of players who are world-class and have plenty of experience at club level football. leading the line is striker Edin Dzeko, who is a household name in world football. Apart from Dzeko, they have Miraljem Pjanic and goalkeeper Asmir Begovic, who are top players as well. Nigeria on the other hand are the defending African champions and are a power-packed side too. Whether the Super Eagles can bring their A game is a different story altogether. Bosnia are quality while attacking and Nigeria should do well to keep them at bay.

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