Feb 28, 2017, 10:39 AM
Mauritania, who are second spot in group M of the 2017 Africa Cup Nations qualifiers with 3 points in two matches, booted The Gambia out of the 2009 CHAN qualifiers, and will be puzzling to trounce the Scorpions in order to enhance their chances of qualifying for the 2017 Africa Cup Nations.
The Gambia are flagging second place from bottom in group M of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers with a single point in two matches, and will be fighting tooth and nail to beat Mauritania tomorrow to fancy their hopes of qualifying for the continent’s biggest football gala for the first time in their history since inception of the tournament in 1957.
The other group M fixture will feature South Africa against Cameroon.
South Africa are rock bottom in group M with a single point in two outings and will be chasing to defeat Cameroon in order to keep their chances of qualifying for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations to be hosted in Gabon in January 2017.
Cameroon are currently topping group M with maximum 6 points in two matches after beating Mauritania and The Gambia in June and September 2015, in Yaoundé and Banjul respectively.
The Indomitable Lions will be ruthless to smash South Africa and maintain their hundred percent record in the continent’s biggest football fiesta qualifiers after winning their two opening qualifier matches against Mauritania and The Gambia.