The South African women's team will take on their long-time rivals on Sunday, June 3 at Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in Phokeng near Rustenburg with a 7pm kick-off – just after Bafana's qualifier, which kicks off at 3pm.
The Banyana squad returned from Zambia on Sunday, where they defeated the host nation 4-1 in an African Women's Championship qualifier on Saturday.
They will travel to Rustenburg on Tuesday to set up camp ahead of the clash with Nigeria.
Banyana coach Joseph Mkhonza will be looking to gauge the strength of his charges against the competitive West Africans as preparation for the 2012 London Olympics in July.
Having won two back-to-back matches against Tanzania (5-2) and Zambia, Banyana's confidence has sky-rocketed, and they are eagerly awaiting the clash.
"We have come a long way with the matches we've played so far, but I still believe we need stronger opposition as a build-up to the Olympics," Mkhoza says.
"The Nigerians are the African champions so there are still lessons to be learnt. I would like to see the girls play the way they did in Cyprus. I was highly impressed and would like to see a similar style of play when we play this weekend."
Six players who did not travel to Zambia will rejoin the squad: Jermaine Seoposenwe, Rachael Sebati, Andile Dlamini, Refiloe Jane, Leah Sethunya and Nomvula Kgoale.
"I have not selected the final squad for the Olympics as yet so I will always call up players with the best playing potential as a means of selecting a final good squad of 18 as we near the Olympics.
"The support we receive from Safa and Sasol has helped us a great deal with the training camps we've held thus far as we position ourselves to compete against the world's best opposition in London," Mkhonza concludes.