Ezenwa, who to AOIFootball.com after the team's training session in Uyo on Tuesday, said they are bonding well and are in high spirit ahead of the must-win match.
"They know us, so we have to change a few things, be more risky so as to surprise them", he said.
"I can't guarantee if we are going to beat Zambia or not".
Meanwhile, Zambia are sweating on the fitness of two of their key players after both players pulled out of their morning training session in Abuja at the astro turf of the Federation Internationale de Football Association goal project, package B of the National Stadium. "The players, my technical staff and I are totally focused on that objective".
Both countries have played 18 matches in all with the Super Eagles winning seven, Zambia winning five and they drew six.
Despite three withdrawals through injury, Argentina-born coach Hector Cuper can call on a formidable mix of local and Europe-based talent.
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"The challenge is stressful, of course".
"The current squad has players who can score at any given opportunity and the boys are in good form coming into this match".
The Elephants' task has been made more hard by injuries that have ruled out Wilfried Zaha, Seydou Doumbia, Max Gradel, Gervinho, Adama Traore and Jean-Michael Seri.
Gabon also have a chance of reaching a first ever World Cup finals and they welcome back striker Pierre-Emerick Auabemyang when they host Moroccoon Saturday.
Group D is tight with only one point separating Burkina Faso from third-place Senegal with Cape Verde in between.