Golden Eaglets forward, Charles Agada says the players have sharpened their scoring boots in training over the last two days.
Nduka Ugbade’s boys struggled in front of goal in their first two games despite creating a number of chances.
The former champions have scored one goal and conceded once in the two outings.
Agada, who came on as a substitute in the defeat to Morocco hinted that the players have perfected the act of goal-scoring in training.
“We want to convert the chances that come up for us because against Morocco we didn’t do that well. As a team and as players we are ready for the task,” the striker told CAFonline.
The Golden Eaglets need a point to seal a place in the quarter-finals.
The game will kick off at 8pm Nigerian time.