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Wilfred Ndidi: We’ll die against Iceland

Wilfred Ndidi has stated that Nigeria’s players are now looking forward to their next game against Iceland on Friday at Volgograd Arena after failing to impress in their opening 2018 World Cup tie.

Comedians fly in to give Iceland surprise boost

Iceland’s footballers have received a surprise morale-boosting visit in Russia by a quartet of comedians from back home, an official from the Nordic team’s camp told AFP Tuesday.

Coach: Iceland‘ll park the bus against Nigeria

Iceland manager Heimir Hallgrimsson has hinted that his team will park the bus against the Super Eagles in their second group game on Friday.

Iceland: How we will approach game against Nigeria

Heimir Hallgrimsson has given an insight on how his team Iceland intend to prosecute the game against Nigeria on Friday ‎in their second game after the 1-1 draw against Argentina on Saturday.

Iceland boss hails ‘schoolbook’ defending against Argentina

Iceland's battling 1-1 draw against Argentina in their first-ever World Cup match was a "schoolbook" example of how to keep Lionel Messi quiet, the coach of the Nordic minnows said Sunday.

Lionel Messi to put heat on Iceland as France target Australia

Lionel Messi's bid for World Cup redemption begins on Saturday when he leads Argentina against tiny Iceland, as fancied France make their bow in Russia targeting a repeat of their 1998 glory.

Lost bag hiccup delays start of Iceland’s World Cup adventure

Iceland needed police help to keep their World Cup plans on track after coach Heimir Hallgrimsson put his bag on the wrong bus in a comical start to their debut campaign.

World Cup: Iceland to face Ghana in friendly

Iceland, who are in the same Russia 2018 World Cup with Nigeria, will face the Black Stars of Ghana in a tune-up game on June 7 at the Laugardalsvellir Stadium, Reykjavik.

Iceland skipper Aron Gunnarsson wary of ‘physically strong’ Super Eagles

Iceland captain Aron Gunnarsson is wary of his side’s 2018 World Cup Group D opponent, the Super Eagles, stating that they will face a ‘physically strong’ Nigerian team in Russia.

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