Equatorial Guinea invites four Nigerians for Rio 2016 Olympic qualifier

The Nzalang Nacional have called up four ladies of Nigerian origin as the Central Africans hope to get past Congo in the Rio 2016 qualifiers billed for this weekend

Equatorial Guinea's women national team has invited to camp four Nigerian players ahead of their Rio 2016 Olympics second qualifying round clash with Congo.

The Nigerian born Guinean international quartet are - Confluence Queens duo of defender Tobilola Windapo, goalkeeper Ruth Sunday as well as Bayelsa Queens forward Uzoamaka Igwe and Ibom Angels striker Aju Francisca.

Goal learnt that the four Nigerians played a part in the Central Africans' qualification campaign for the 2014 African Women Championship that was eventually won by Nigeria. They were dumped out by Ivory Coast on away goals with 3-3 on aggregate in the final round.

The 2012 African Women Championship winners will be needing the services of the Nigerians turned Guinean internationals to ease their way into the third round of the qualifying series.

Equatorial Guinea will travel to Brazzaville for the first leg of the clash with Congo between weekend of May 22-24. They will host the reverse fixture a week later between May 29-31.