The Super Eagles held their first training session on Tuesday evening ahead of the double-header friendlies against the Desert Foxes of Algeria.
18 players took part in the exercise under the supervision of head coach, Jose Peseiro.
More players are expected in camp on Tuesday night.
The team’s camp opened on Monday with Hajduk Split of Croatia defender, Chidozie Awaziem, the first to arrive.
The Super Eagles will take on the Desert Foxes in the first friendly on Friday at the Mohamed Maloiul Stadium, Constantine.
Algeria will field their local- based players in the game.
The second friendly is billed for next Tuesday at the Miloud Hadefi Stadium, Oran.
It will be against Algeria’s Team A led by Manchester City winger, Riyadh Mahrez.
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