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Nigeria Vs Cameroon Indomitable Lions coach unveil 23-man squad for Super Eagles

Broos has included China based Christian Bassogog and Porto striker Vincent Aboubakar in his squad.

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Vincent Aboubakar play Vincent Aboubakar (AFP)

Coach of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon Hugo Broos has unveiled his 23-man squad to face the Super Eagles of Nigeria in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Cameroon and Nigeria clash in a double header with the first leg in Uyo on Friday, September 1 and the return leg in Yaoundé on Monday, September 4.

For the qualifiers, Broos has included China based Christian Bassogog and Porto striker Vincent Aboubakar in his squad.

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Cameroon national team play Cameroon national team (Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

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It’s a squad made of regulars who have played in previous 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers and the 2017 Confederation Cup.

Three goalkeepers, eight defenders, four midfielders and eight attackers are on the list.

Cameroon are second with two points from two games behind the Super Eagles of Nigeria who have maximum points.

Algeria and Zambia are bottom of the table with a point each.

Cameroon’s Squad for Nigeria

1. Ondoa Frabrice (FC Seville, Spain)

2. Goda Jules (AC Ajaccio, France)

3. Bokwe Georges (Mjondalen, Norway)

4. Ngadeu Ngadjui Michael (Slavia Prague, Czech Republic)

5. Teikeu Adolphe (Sochaux, France)

6. Mabouka Ernest (Maccabi Haifa, Israel)

7. Castelletto Jean Charles (Brest, France)

8. Leuko Serge (CD Lugo, Spain)

9. Fai Collins (Liège Standard, Belgium)

10. Banana Yaya (Panionios, Greece)

11. Nouhou Tolo (Seattle Sounders, USA)

12. Djoum Suitchuin Giles Arnaud (Hearts, Scotland)

13. Mandjeck Georges (Sparta Prague, Czech Republic)

14. Siani Sébastien (KV Oostende, Belgium)

15. Franck Zambo Anguissa (Marseille, France)

16. Choupo Moting (Stoke City, England)

17. Aboubakar Vincent (FC Porto, Portugal)

18. Moukandjo Benjamin (Jiansung, China)

19. Bassogog Christian (Henan Jianye, China)

20. Toko Ekambi Karl (FC Angers, France)

21. Nsame Jean Pierre (Young Boys, Switzerland)

22. Moumi Ngamaleu (Rheinorf, Austria)

23. Fabrice Olinga (Royal Mouscron, Belgium)

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