The Super Eagles are in a strong position in Group B after having won both of their opening matches to top their bracket in African qualifying by four points over Cameroon.
Nonetheless, it is expected to be a titanic battle between the two African giants, although M’Boma is confident of his team getting all three points.
The retired striker and former African Footballer of the Year told Vanguard, “The result is already known. Cameroon will break hearts of Nigerians on September 1.
The 46-year-old also recalled his side’s victory over the Eagles in the 2000 Africa Cup of Nations final in Lagos, adding, “As it was in the beginning, Cameroon will win in Nigeria and win in Cameroon.
“We know how to handle Nigeria. That victory was painful to Nigerians and that is exactly what we are coming back to do on September 1.”