Posted on: Mon 28 Jan 2013

Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has stated he will make a late decision on whether Victor Moses features in their must-win Africa Cup of Nations game against Ethiopia after assessing the Chelsea winger's fitness.

Moses, who has been suffering with a hamstring problem, was forced to miss Nigeria's opening game against Burkina Faso, although he played the full 90 minutes in the 1-1 draw against Zambia.

Burkina Faso currently top Group C after beating Ethiopia 4-0 last Friday and need only a point from their game against Zambia to secure qualification.

For Nigeria, however, while a draw could still see them progress, three points would  guarantee their place in the next round.

The group winners will face either Togo or Tunisia in the quarter-finals, while the runners-up will play Ivory Coast.

Nigeria v Ethiopia takes place at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg, tomorrow at 5pm GMT.