Picking up a 2-1 defeat over Argentina in their World Cup 2014 opening fixture, Bosnia-Herzegovina found themselves in a very delicate situation as they’re sitting at the bottom of group F.

Eager to mark their World Cup debut with a ticket into the second round, Bosnia have no other plan aside from snatching three points on their second match day against Nigeria.

The Balkan team’s head coach, Safet Susic urged his players to push for nothing other than three points as another defeat would directly end Bosnia’s shot in making into the next round.

It won’t be an easy task though for the Balkan outfit since Nigeria themselves are determined to prove their worth as recent African Nations Cup champion. The African side themselves failed to showcase their quality in their first game after being held into a goalless draw by Iran.