The Nigeria Football Federation on Wednesday announced three more international friendly matches for the Super Eagles ahead of the Russia 2018 World Cup.

Nigeria will play Serbia, Czech Republic and DR Congo before hitting the Eurasian country to make their sixth appearance at the world ‘s football showpiece.

The NFF had earlier confirmed the three-time African champions would play Poland in Warsaw on March 23 and England on June 2.

But the federation’s president Amaju Pinnick said in Lagos the Eagles would take on Serbia in London on March 27.

He said the team, who have reached the second round of the World Cup thrice (1994, 1998, 2014), would receive DR Congo in Abuja or Uyo on May 28 before travelling to Austria, where they begin their second phase camping, to engage Czech Republic on June 6.

Pinnick said the Eagles would face a South American team in a friendly affair before the World Cup.

Nigeria are Group D alongside Croatia, Iceland and South American powerhouse Argentina.

The Eagles open their Russia 2018 World Cup campaign against Croatia at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad on June 16.