Super Falcons have said they are confident of getting the result they need against hosts and World Cup favourites France tomorrow night to reach the knockout rounds.
Kick-off tomorrow is 8pm Nigerian time in Rennes.
France top the standings in Group A after they won their first two games, while Norway are second on three points following their 3-0 win over the Falcons.
The African champions may need a draw to reach the knockout rounds of the World Cup.
Last year, France trounced the Falcons 8-0 in a friendly.
But the Nigerians remain bullish of their chances in Rennes.
“There is nothing to fear,” insisted skipper Desire Oparanozie.
“We will go in there against France and give our best, and we are confident that our best will be good enough to take us to the next round.”
Coach Thomas Dennerby said a shock win over the home country will shoot up the confidence in the team.
“Victory against the Koreans was very good. But I can assure that beating France would be even sweeter,” he said.
“It will certainly take us to the knockout stage and also win us that confidence that we can prevail against any team.”
Oparanozie, Rita Chikwelu and Francisca Ordega risk a ban should they pick second bookings tomorrow night.