Organisers of the United Arab Emirates international friendlies have replaced Super Eagles next opponents at the ongoing tournament, Sudan, with Yemen.
The Nigeria Football Federation Tuesday received a copy of the letter signed by the Secretary General of the Yemen Football Federation confirming their willingness to face the African champions at the Sevens Stadium.
Meanwhile, the Super Eagles have arrived in Dubai, venue of their next game against Yemen and are lodged at the Time Grand Plaza Hotel.
Nigeria narrowly lost their first game 0-1 to a star-studded former African champions, Ivory Coast in a thrilling encounter in Abu Dhabi.
The team is also scheduled to face Finland on January 22.