On Saturday, Nigeria's Super Eagles continued their preparation for the international friendly game against Brazil.
The West Africans had their first training sessions on Friday after their late arrival due to logistic issues.
On arrival, the three-time African champions were welcomed by selected children from different sports academies in Singapore before holding a session in the evening.
They intensified preparation for the game on Saturday as they tried to finalize their game plan for the match which is set to hold on Sunday.
Nigeria will square up against the Copa America Champions in a 'grade A' friendly in Singapore 16 years after both sides last met.
The then world champion, Brazil, defeated the Super Eagles 3-0 in Abuja in a game that had Ronaldinho star for the Selecao.
Gernot Rohr and his men will be hoping to avoid a similar scoreline against the South Americans who have gone three games without a win for the first time in many years.
Brazil played a 1-1 draw against Senegal on Thursday at the same venue where they would face Nigeria.