The Confederation of African Football has appointed Guinean official, Tawel Camara Younoussa, as the centre referee for the match between Nigeria and Sierra Leone today.
He will be assisted by fellow countrymen Sidiki Sidibe (Assistant Referee 1), Abdoulaye Sylla (Assistant Referee 2), and Bangaly Konate (Fourth Official).
CAF also confirmed that Silvestre Cantusssan, who is from Guinea Bissau, would be the match commissioner.
The Super Eagles arrived Freetown yesterday ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier reverse fixture against the Leone Stars knowing that only a convincing win will help redeem their image following their poor second-half display at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium in Benin, Edo State last Friday, where they blew a four-goal lead to play a 4-4 draw.
Nigeria top their Group L table with seven points from three matches and a win at the Siaka Stevens Stadium will guarantee them a place at the Mundial in Cameroon.