Scotland consider Nigeria friendly at Craven Cottage

By Alasdair LamontSenior football reporter, BBC Scotland
Nigeria players celebrating

Scotland have been offered the chance to play Nigeria in a friendly at Fulham's Craven Cottage ground in May.

The proposed match could form part of Gordon Strachan's preparations for the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, which begins in September.

Next week, Strachan's men travel to take on Poland in an exhibition match at Warsaw's National Stadium.

Nigeria last met Scotland in 2002, when the Super Eagles came from behind to win 2-1 in Aberdeen.

On Sunday, in the same European Championships qualifying group as Germany, Republic of Ireland, Poland, Georgia and Gibraltar.

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