According to the report by Croatian website, Index.hr, coach Zlatko Dalic will put striker Mario Mandzukic in front against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
Nigeria have already gone and wrapped up this World Cup on style points, and at an absolute canter.
From head to toe, the Nigerian squad have indulged in their culture and clearly have no intentions of blending in with the crowd other nations looking to upset the odds in Russian Federation.
True to their form, the team made a colourful grand entrance to their training base in Russian Federation, donning green and white attire that featured footballs below the collars.More news: Ivanka Trump's tweet of a 'Chinese proverb' leaves Chinese people confused
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The Nigerian team who pulled off a remarkable unbeaten qualification run to the World Cup in Russian Federation, have arguably been the most hyped African nation going to Russian Federation.
Lumumba reiterated that the Eagles must be ready to step up their performance, if they are to progress from the group that comprises of Argentina, Croatia and debutants, Iceland.
But you'll have to prepare some more great banter because we're bringing you another story on Nigeria and their fashion - though this time it's not their kits.
10 - No player wearing the Super Eagles" iconic number 10 jersey has scored a goal at the World Cup: Austin "Jay-Jay' Okocha (1994, 1998, 2002), Brown Ideye (2010), John Mikel Obi (2014).