The duo of the Al Ahly of Egypt attacking midfielder, Junior Ajayi and Akwa United and CHAN 2018 star, Gabriel Okechukwu, both of whom will miss the friendly against Poland in Wroclaw on Friday due to visa hitches, will get equal opportunities as those currently in camp of the Super Eagles when they join up with the team for the second friendly game next week Tuesday, according to Super Eagles’ Media Officer, Toyin Ibitoye.

Ibitoye, who confirmed that only the 23 players currently in camp will officially face the Polish national team, also revealed Ajayi and Okechukwu will join up with the team in London for the second friendly game and will be given equal opportunities by the Eagles’ Technical Adviser, Gernot Rohr.

“Currently, the 23 players are in Wroclaw in high spirit and are looking forward to the game on Friday. For Ajayi and Okechukwu, the coach has said they will get equal opportunities in London when they join up with the team.

“So, I can confirm they are being expected ahead of the clash against Serbia’s senior national team,” Ibitoye told

The Super Eagles battle the ‘Whites and Reds’ at the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw on Friday at 8.45pm Nigerian time.