As part of their preparations for this huge task, Amajita played and defeated Botswana in two international friendly matches, scoring eight goals without conceding.
Luvhengo is confident of beating the Nigerians, saying: “We need the same kind of commitment, focus and passion as shown in the matches against Congo and Botswana. If we can manage to maintain this consistency, then we are destined for greatness.”
Amajita qualified for this next round on the away goals rule after beating DR Congo 1-0 at Milpark Stadium last month to make the score 2-2 on aggregate after losing 2-1 in the first leg.
The African Under-20 Championship finals are set to take place in Algeria in March 2013, and will also serve as a qualifier for the Fifa Under-20 World Cup which takes place in the same year in Turkey.
Amajita squad: Jerry Mxabo (Supersport United), Luvo Nkala (Orlando Pirates), Lebo Ngubeni (University of Pretoria), Junior Sibande (University of Pretoria), Seun Ledwaba (Mamelodi Sundowns), Kwanda Mngonyama (Mamelodi Sundowns), Mbongeni Gumede (Orlando Pirates), Keagan Dolly (Ajax Cape Town), Siyabonga Zulu (Sivutsa), Travis Graham (Ajax Cape Town), Menzi Masuku (Africa Sports Academy), Gershin Kock (Vasco Da Gama), Luckyboy Mokoena (Bidvest Wits), Chris Matombo (Pace Setters), Abbubaker Mobara (Ajax Cape Town), Katleho Maphathe (Roses United), Percy Tau (Mamelodi Sundowns), Snethemba Ngidi (Supersport United), Cebo Meyiwa (Supersport United), Thabani Mthembu (Platinum Stars), Asive Langwe (Bidvest Wits) and Lorenzo Gordinho (Kaizer Chiefs)