Libyan players have been injected with vaccines ahead of this Saturday crunchy tie against three-time African champions, the Super Eagles in Uyo.
Libyan newspaper Al Wasat eported that the Libyan players were injected in Tunisia.
National team manager Adil Al-Khamisi supervised the vaccination at the health center and the star player Ahmad Benali of Crotone in Italy was amongst the first four players to be vaccinated.
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Meanwhile, Libya’s interim manager, Omar Al-Miryami is sweating on the fitness of his right back, Ali Maatoug Omran (Ahly Tripoli) ahead of Saturday’s game after he picked up an injury in Wednesday’s workout in Tunis.
The defender could not complete the training session and needs to get the green light from the medical team before he’s permitted to face the Super Eagles.
The Mediterranean Knights have four points from their first two games in Group E of the AFCON qualifiers ahead of their double-header with Nigeria.