Nigeria are keeping everyone guessing about plans for their Group B match with Greece today, training in seclusion on the Indian Ocean coast since their defeat by Argentina.
Both sides desperately need points from the match in Bloemfontein's Free State Stadium to keep alive their hopes of reaching the second round.
Nigeria have largely kept their own counsel at their camp at Richards Bay, north of Durban. Full-back Taye Taiwo recovered quickly from injury and resumed training on Sunday. Nigeria's Swedish coach Lars Lagerback will decide whether to stick with Chinedu Obasi on the right side of the attack, or go with the experienced Peter Odemwingie.
Greece are likely to add some muscle with centre-back Sokratis Papastathopoulos and defender Sotirios Kyrgiakos, who can provide a bigger obstacle for the powerful Nigerians.Reuse content