Before the training session, coach Hugo Broos said he is targeting just four points from the double header against Nigeria.
But Cameroon must have it at the back of their minds that the last game between them and the Super Eagles ended in a defeat as they were thrashed 3-0 in a friendly game played in 2015.
Of course, Eagles have missed the continental showpiece on two occasions back-to-back.
Nigeria will host Cameroon at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium on Friday, and will travel to Yaounde next week for the reverse fixture. Anything short of victory in Uyo could spell doom for Nigeria in this competition.
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Rohr says the Eagles are firmly behind the goalkeeper and will ensure the team secures victory against Cameroon.
"We are here because there is nothing as good as appreciating people, especially when the people are working for the general good". The truth is you can't play well in every game; a win is a win.
It means the Eagles will again play two defensive midfielders with one of them handed a freer attacking role, while there will be two wide-playing midfielders and another midfielder, most likely skipper Mikel Obi, playing behind the main striker.
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"I don't know how I feel when I hear of some people collecting nearly £300m and some of our players are equally talented enough to collect that kind of money. We started this race in Zambia and the players know the task ahead".
"I think for most of the players here, it's going to be their World Cup and we are ready to make sure that Nigeria qualify". We want the fans to come out to support us to win this important match on Friday. And we're going to win in Uyo. Yes, but it's a win for us.
"We were not at the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon when Cameroon won the trophy but we have respect for them as the African champions".
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