Opposition Watch : Cameroon will Fall-MBESUMA

The Chipolopolo of Zambia Striker Collins Mbesuma is confident his team will beat Cameroon in their match-day two of the 2018 world cup qualifiers. Mbesuma has promised to do his best in ensuring full three points.

Zambia will want to challenge for a spot in Russia for the first time as they look to put behind their 2-1 loss to the Super Eagles last month.
Sitting at the bottom of the group will push the away team to go all out in Limbe and come out victorious although it will not be easy away from home.
After losing to Nigeria last month, Zambia also lost 1-0 to Zimbabwe in a friendly, but they managed to bounce back against Uganda on Tuesday night with a 1-0 win.
The win over the Cranes has given the Zambians a huge morale boost as they are chasing their maiden appearance at the World Cup finals.
“For me, it’s good to score and yes I scored for Zambia but it was not enough. I need to work extra hard also for other players,” said Mbesuma.
“We need to start winning games. It’s not always about the coach; we have to start pulling our socks up.
“We must start dying for mother Zambia, starting with the Cameroon game and I am sure every Chipolopolo player is prepared to handle that task.”
Recall that Mbesuma was the scorer of the Consolation goal against Nigeria last month.
Nigeria and Algeria will also play on the same day as the battle for the only ticket in Group B continues.

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