The Nigeria national football team, the Super Eagles will be testing their might against the Polish national team as part of their build-up to the Russia 2018 World Cup.
The Technical Adviser to the Super Eagles, Genort Rohr confirmed this development even as he also hinted that more consultations are still ongoing to get more games for the Eagles.
''Croatia is capable of great things with a team of stars playing in the biggest clubs. This is the most important match, and we hope to prepare for it against opponents similar to Croatia.
''So we will play Poland at home on March 23rd. We are looking for a second opponent in Europe for another FIFA date of the spring.'' Rohr was quoted as saying on football365.fr.
The Super Eagles have been drawn against Argentina, Croatia and Iceland in Group D of the 2018 World Cup, while their next opponents, the Polish team, are in Group H alongside Senegal, Colombia and Japan.
It is understood that the friendly between the Super Eagles and their Polish counterparts will hold in Wroclaw or the Silesian Stadium in Chorzów.