Zambia-Guinea : Game Of Equals

The match is expected to at term produce the leader of group “D”.

The clock will strike 5.p.m tomorrow when Zambia takes on Guinea Conakry for the first match of the second playing day in pool “D” in the Limbe/Buea site. Both teams are bagging three points each after their day one outings.


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Guinea’s Syli Nationale with a greater propensity at scoring features on speculations as favourite given their three nil walk over Namibia last 19 January on the Limbe Omnisports arena. The Guinean players generally love to be first on every ball and can kick with greater precision. Guinea’s 55 per cent ball possession last Tuesday over Namibia with four targeted shots scoring three augurs well for their purposefulness. That is why they are topping pool “D’ with three points and a higher goal advantage of three. Their goalie, Camara, still keeps a virgin goal post. And their team spirit harnessed by Coach Bangoura, will galvanise the boys to surpass their 2018 participation at CHAN.


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Meanwhile, the Zambia’s Chipolopolo will embrace the challenge with a spanning experience, good stamina and a fighting spirit to stand any obstacle. Their head coach and Serbian, Milutin Sredojevic, is banking on the European play style with emphasis on the attack line that is frequently supplied long balls from behind. The boys’ maturity will edge out any opponent just applying enthusiasm. Their goalie, too, still keeps a virgin post as they kick off tomorrow afternoon in Limbe. The Chipolopolo’s captain, Adrian Chama, will march his peers into the Limbe Omnisports facility with measured confidence on their previous performances having beaten Cameroon in a Pre-CHAN tournament last week in Yaounde and progressing to win their first game with Tanzania.


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It is expected that there shall be a lot of animation in the Limbe stadium owing to Guinea’s large mobilization of chanting fans from Douala, Limbe and other towns in Cameroon to the Limbe stadium. It was quite an experience during Guinea’s first outing last Tuesday in Limbe that large segments of the spectators were cheering the Guinean team to victory. Their drums, chants and gestures were warm enough to draw sympathy to their side.


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