Nigeria v Iceland in Volgograd: Win a trip to Russia with Coca Cola

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Haraldur Gudjonsson
The Europeans would be playing their second World Cup game ever when they face the Super Eagles in their quest to reach the knockout phase

Nigeria will continue their quest for the World Cup diadem when they face debutants in their second game.

The game billed for the Volgograd Arena, Volgograd might be a Second Round decider for Gernot Rohr’s men provided they defeat Croatia in their opening game.

For the tiny-European country, they would be hoping for their first win over the three-time African kings in their first international meeting.

Coke

You stand a chance to be one of the lucky fans who will cheer the Super Eagles in Russia courtesy of Coca-Cola's “Win a Trip to Russia” promo.

Buy a bottle of Coke and get the code under the crown. Then text the code to 5453 and follow the SMS responses that you will get. It’s that simple! And get a chance to win a trip to the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia.

Draws will be held weekly and the more bottles of Coke you get, the more chances you have to obtain under the crown codes. Six weekly draws will be conducted for trips to Russia from 23rd March, 2018.

For terms and condition, visit the Coca-Cola Facebook page. Competiton ends on April 30, 2018.


VOLGOGRAD ARENA


Volgograd

City: Volgograd
Capacity: 45,568
Status: Under construction (new)

This is one of the new builds designed specifically for the World Cup and will also become the home stadium of FC Rotor Volgograd. It will be built on the site of Rotor's old Central Stadium, which was demolished in 2014.

Surprisingly, despite being brand new, relatively large and boasting an eyecatching open-lattice design, the venue will not host any knockout matches. That may be something to do with the city's location nearly 1,000 kilometres south of Moscow.

Group games: Tunisia vs England, Nigeria vs Iceland, Saudi Arabia vs Egypt, Japan vs Poland

Knockout games: None

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