Gabriel Osho's Nigeria debut in doubt after injury, Stanley Nwabali also suffers injury setback

Gabriel Osho, who was recently called up to the Nigerian national team, has suffered a setback after picking up an injury during Luton Town's match against Crystal Palace on Saturday. The defender is now uncertain for the Super Eagles' upcoming friendly matches against Ghana and Mali on March 22 and 26, respectively.

Osho's injury concerns come alongside goalkeeper Stanley Nwabali, who also suffered an injury during a match involving his club, Chippa United, against Mamelodi Sundowns in the Premier Soccer League. Nwabali was substituted in the 73rd minute and will undergo further assessment to determine the severity of the injury.

Despite these setbacks, the Nigerian Football Federation has released a roster of 27 players for the international friendlies, retaining the core of the team that finished as runners-up at the Africa Cup of Nations.

England-based defender Jamilu Collins, Empoli FC's Tyronne Ebuehi, and Glasgow Rangers' forward Cyriel Dessers have been recalled to the squad, while midfielders Wilfred Ndidi and Fisayo Dele-Bashiru have returned from injuries and are looking to claim permanent spots in the Super Eagles.

The upcoming matches are expected to be crucial for Nigeria as they look to evaluate their strengths and prepare for future competitions. However, the injuries to Osho and Nwabali may hinder their progress and require further assessment to determine the impact on the team's performance.

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