The Nigerian National Team, Super Eagles will start training ahead of clash with Leone Stars in the African Cup of Nations Qualifier (AFCONQ) slated for 18 June at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Stadium in Monrovia, Liberia.

Sierraloaded understands that the Super Eagles will set up camp on 11 June camp at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena in Onikan, Lagos.

Nigeria, who are leading Group A, need only a draw to make it to Ivory Coast next year.

Meanwhile, Leone Stars would have to win against Nigeria to keep their hopes alive for Africa’s premier competition.

Sierra Leone will be without 22-year-old Spanish Club Linense midfielder, Alhassan Koroma.

The former East End Lions player is suspended due to yellow cards he picked up against Nigeria in the first leg and Sao Tome.

Leone Stars were participants in the last AFCON competition in Cameroon after being missing from the competition for nearly 26 years.

John Keister’s side managed to secure two points narrowly missing out on the knockout stage after a 1 nil defeat to Equatorial Guinea on final group stage matchday.