The reverse AFCON 2017 clash between Nigeria and Egypt will kick off at 6pm Nigerian time on Tuesday inside the Borg El-Arab Stadium in Alexandria.
Egypt still lead Group G with seven points after their 1-1 draw with Nigeria on Friday in Kaduna.
The Super Eagles are second on five points, while Tanzania are third with four points.
The Taifa Stars of Tanzania are expected to beat pointless Chad at home on Monday to move above Nigeria in the standings on seven points.
In June, Nigeria travel to Chad, before their final qualifying match against Tanzania in September.