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But here comes Nigeria, just the remedy for the Argentineans. Not to say Nigeria will lay over and die, because they bring a talented, but less experienced squad to the Cup. With this being their fourth appearance, not much will be expected from them. But the players and their nation know they can make some noise. Forwards Nwankwo Kanu and John Utaka both play for Portsmouth in the English Premier League, and will be counted on to do the scoring. Midfielder John Obi Mikel (Chelsea) has yet to live up to his youth hype at his club, but can be a very productive player. Defender wow mounts legion Joseph Yobo (Everton) is an old-school type of physical player with experience in previous World Cups. Nigeria?s speed can usually counter any lack of talent they have on the field, but going up against quick attackers the likes of a Messi or Tevez will be a handful.