The media officer of the Super Eagles, Babafemi Raji has said the team will kick start their Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in June, Reel Radio reports.
The Eagles will face Cape Verde, Liberia, and Central Africa Republic in Group C.
He said the three-time AFCON winners will begin the journey to Qatar with a home fixture against Liberia which is fixed between 5 – 8 June.
Their next qualifier is an away tie against Cape Verde with the date set for 11 – 14 June.
The Eagles will host the Central Africa Republic on matchday three and the date is set for 1 – 4 September while the reverse fixture which will be in the Central Africa Republic will be 5 -7 September.
On 6 – 9 October the Eagles will be on the road again this time against Liberia before rounding off the group stage qualifiers on 10 – 12 October at home to Cape Verde.
The Eagles must top their group to stand a chance of progressing to the play-off stage (final qualifying round).
If that is achieved they will host the first-leg against whoever they are paired with on 9 – 11 November.
They will now travel away for the second leg billed for November 14 and 15.