Nigeria defender Kenneth Omeruo has described the 2018 World Cup qualifying draw which sees Nigeria in Group B along with Algeria, Cameroon and Zambia as “interesting” and immediately submitted that the country’s senior National team must prepare well.
The draw, which held in Cairo, Egypt on Friday, pitted three-time African champions Nigeria in the same group as Africa’s best ranked team Algeria and former African champions Cameroon and Zambia.
And reacting to the draw, Chelsea defender Omeruo said they must also prepare well for the qualifiers.
“The table has been made and it’s an interesting group. There is no small team now,” he told
“We just have to prepare very well as every game is vital.”
The Super Eagles have now failed to qualify for two major competitions back-to-back and will be hoping not to make it three in a row.
They open their qualifying campaign on October 3 in Zambia.

READ ALSO  Murray powers Great Britain to first Davis Cup final since 1978