Falconets' coach, Edwin Okon has said his wards are prepared for a stiff contest against their Zimbabwean opposites, the Young Mighty Warriors in Sunday's reversed fixture for the 2012 FIFA Under20 Women's World Cup in Japan.
Nigeria won the first leg fixture 3-0 at the MKO Abiola stadium, Abeokuta on March 31. Okon told SuperSport.com that they will unleash their full weight against the Southern Africans regardless of the first leg 3-0 advantage.
"The Zimbabweans put up a strong performance against us in the first leg and before their own fans they will strive to punch above their own weight. We are ready for them.
"Our approach will be to assume the match in Harare is the first leg. That way we would not relax on our oars or think about any advantage that we might have," said Okon.
The winner will face the winner of the fixture between Mali and DR Congo. The first leg of the tie in Bamako is yet to be played due to the military coup d'etat in that West African state.
DR Congo referee Julia Kyabuta Kanyembo will be at the centre when Zimbabwe play hosts to Nigeria on Sunday with fellow Congolese, Lukusa Kanjinga, Adelle Sula and Gladys Lengwe as first, second and fourth assisting officials respectively.
The match commissioner is Palmira Francisco from Mozambique.
The Falconets 30-man delegation will depart Lagos on Wednesday aboard a South African Airways flight to Johannesburg where the contingent will connect a flight to Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe.