Ghanaian football legend Abedi Ayew Pele tips Nigeria to qualify for the 2018 World Cup ahead of Cameroon.
The Super Eagles top Group B with six points out of two matches, while the Cameroonians have only managed two points after two games.
The Indomitable Lions are preparing fervently to make sure they beat the West Africans when the two meet on September 1 for their World Cup first leg in Nigeria and host the Super Eagles four days later at Yaoundé.
The Maestro told AOIFOOTBALL.com that “Nigeria and Ghana have plenty things in common and I must say if I’m not a Ghanaian, I would have been a Nigerian; we have so much in common and with that, I will predict wins in the two games for Nigeria.”
The Cameroonian national football team shocked the continent when they went beyond the odds to win their 5th AFCON trophy this year after losing eight senior players.
But the African champions are struggling to replicate the same form in the ongoing 2018 World Cup qualifiers.