Nigeria: The Golden Eagles are in red hot form and come into the tournament at the back of an African Nations cup win last year. Stephen Keshis men will love to put up a strong showing in Brazil to erase the memories of a disastrous world cup showing in South Africa. With players like Jon Obi Mikel and Emmanuel Emenike in good form, a place in the knock out stage looks realistic.
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Bosnia and Herzegovina is the only debutant at the 2014 World Cup. Despite a team sprinkled with players from big leagues and spearheaded by Manchester City’s Edin Dzeko, there are concerns over the Dragons could suffer from first-time nerves. Many believe they have already achieved a lot by playing in the finals but Bosnian have set their hearts on upsetting the big boys of international football.
The two sides are meeting for the first time.