Super Eagles manager, Gernot Rohr is expected to stick with the same players that prosecuted the game against Ukraine, whilst recalling a few names that missed the game through injury, has gathered.

Wilfred Ndidi and Tyronne Ebuehi and captain Ahmed Musa all pulled out due to injury in the last test game against Ukraine but may make a return to the squad that will face the five-time world champions in Singapore on October 13.

Ahmed Musa has however not returned to action with his club Al Nassr since his injury.

Also expected to return is experienced defender Kenneth Omeruo and AS Monaco new import, Henry Onyekuru. Both missed out due to club paperwork issues.

Also, it is uncertain if Rohr will call-up some of the replacements he used against Ukraine like Girondins Bordeaux’s Joshua Maja, Emmanuel Dennis of Club Brugge and Anderson Esiti of PAOK of Greece.

The Coach, who has welcomed the friendly and is still shopping for an African team, will also decide if he would recall out of favour Eagles forward, Kelechi Iheanacho who has not played a single minute this term for his English Premier League side, Leicester City.