Tunisia Football Federation have approved the U-23 African Nations Cup (AFCON) first leg qualifier between Libya and Nigeria’s Dream Team VII to be played in its country.
Towards this end, the match will hold at the Ben Guerdene stadium on March 20 with the return leg billed for Nigeria.
Libya has been unable to host international matches due to the political unrest in the country.
The Nigeria team handled by Imama Amakapabo have been training in Abuja ahead of the match.
Foreign based players invited for the encounter are expected to join the home based players before the first leg.
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