The Libyan Football Federation confirmed on Tuesday that a 54 –man delegation comprising players, technical crew, backroom staff and LFF officials will fly into the Ibom International Airport, Uyo aboard a chartered aircraft on Thursday.
The Mediterranean Knghts top Group E with four points (from their defeat of Seychelles and draw with Libya), while South Africa (winner over Nigeria before they drew with Libya) are second and Nigeria, who lost to South Africa and defeated Seychelles, lie third.
Match officials from the Democratic Republic of Congo, as well as the referee assessor from Mali and
the security officer from South Africa, will arrive in Nigeria on Thursday and then fly to Uyo on Friday morning.
The return leg comes up on October 16 in Sfax, Tunisia.