The Falcons are to host their Rwandese counterparts at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna on Saturday, June 7.
Nigeria have who won the AWC six times in the past eight editions and hold a 4-1 advantage from the away first leg game in Gisenyi about a week ago.
They will qualify for the 9th AWC if they avoid a heavy defeat against the She Amavubi of Rwanda.
She also quoted team head coach Edwin Okon as saying the Falcons would train hard to get used to the stadium’s grass pitch.
“This is because they have been training on an astro turf in Abuja in the past two months,’’ Okon said.
“We won’t be over-confident when we play them. We will not be complacent,’’ he said.(NAN)