Ex-Nigerian Internationals Kanu Nwankwo and Austin Okocha will be among football legends that will grace the 2018 World Cup draw on Friday in Moscow.
The draw will take place at the State Kremlin Palace, which is frequently used as a concert hall.
Kanu and Okocha were invited by football ruling body, Fifa, as special guests.
Okocha and Kanu will join legends like Samuel Eto’o, Marcelo Desaily, Ronaldo Nazario Luis de Lima, Ronaldinho Gaucho, Lothar Matthaus, Peter Schmeichel, Didier Drogba, among others, for the ceremony.
Okocha played for Nigeria at three Fifa World Cups. He captained the Super Eagles to the 2002 edition co-hosted by Japan and South Korea.
On the other hand, Kanu, a two-time African Footballer of the Year winner, also featured at three World Cups for Nigeria.
Miroslav Klose, the tournament’s all-time leading scorer, will take the trophy to the stage.