Nigeria Super Falcons on Monday next week, play the Three Lionesses of England at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Brisbane and Randy Waldrum has made it clear his team will not be a push-over, Nigeriasoccernet.com reports.
The nine time African champions in a group which has Olympic champions, Canada, Co-host, Australia and World Cup debutant Republic of Ireland came second without losing a game.
Despite this feet, Nigeria’s success so far will be at threat when they face European champions, England at the Lang Park, Brisbane.
England in the group stage won all games, scoring eight goals and conceding ones.
Waldrum however disclosed the Falcons are ready for the Three Lionesses challenge ahead of their last-16 encounter.
“I just feel like they all believe we are destined for something special at this World Cup,” Waldrum told AFP.
“Our journey is not over and we will be very, very well prepared for whoever we play next week,” Waldrum said in a chat with AFP.
Nigeria and England have met four times with the African giants winning twice and drawing ones.