The Super Eagles of Nigeria will play Libya in their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying fixture on October 14, at a yet to be decided venue in Tunisia.
The match between the African teams was initially scheduled to be played in Algeria.
According to a report in the Libyan Observer, the idea of playing the match in Algeria was put forward by the head coach of the team, Adil Amrouche.
The coach who happens to be from Algeria, was hoping to gain public support in his country for the game.
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has already named Ahmadu Bello Stadium, Kaduna, as venue for the first leg on October 10.
Libya top Group E with four points from two games, while Super Eagles sit in third position with three points.
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