Nigeria face the Indomitable Lions on 1 September in Uyo, before taking them on again on 4 September in Yaounde. The Gernot Rohr-coached outfit go into the contests knowing that 2018 World Cup qualification could virtually be guaranteed with victory in both encounters.
TheSuper Eagles currently lead Group B by four points over Cameroon after winning their first two matches in the campaign against Zambia and Algeria. In addition, Pinnick is confident the national team are primed and ready to beat the Lions.
He told reporters in Lagos: “Everything on the wish list has been provided for. What we require now for the team to excel is prayer.
“On our part we are ready, and I believe the players too are ready for Cameroon. Without God’s blessing, nothing will work. We have to pray against injury and other unforeseen mishaps.”