Mozambique continue their quest to qualify for the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations when they travel to Cameroon on Thursday at 4pm (UK time).
As hosts, Cameroon are already guaranteed their spot at the tournament, but are taking part in the group stage and their results do count towards qualification for the other sides. So, of the three other teams involved in Group F, only one can join Cameroon in the final tournament. As things stand, Mozambique are in good stead to be that team, leading Group F after two games.
A 2-0 win over Rwanda in their group opener last November was followed by a 2-2 draw with Cape Verde, who will be hoping for a Cameroon win this week. Cameroon are currently second, two points ahead of Cape Verde and level with Mozambique having also drawn one and won one of their opening matches.
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Player to watch: Karl Toko Ekambi (Cameroon)
Although Cameroon do not need to win to qualify for the Cup of Nations, and could realistically lose all of their games if they wanted to, they’ll be using these upcoming matches as a way of keeping fitness up. Like many African nations, Cameroon have played just one game this year, with their last competitive fixture coming in November 2019.
The wish to remain fit, and set plans up for the future, should see Cameroon name a strong XI against Mozambique, and Karl Toko Ekambi could be key. The 28-year-old striker is in good goalscoring form for Lyon so far this season, netting four times in nine Ligue 1 matches. This comes despite Ekambi playing out on the wing in the past five games, with Memphis Depay spearheading the attack.
It’s form that has recently brought praise from Ekambi’s Lyon manager Rudi Garcia, who dubbed him the prototype of the modern striker.
“He is a player who works,” Garcia said recently. “He has the prototype of the modern striker. He is fast, he uses deep calls. When he arrived, he scored quickly, but then, with confinement, he lacked success in front of the goal.
“It is better for him and for us that he continues.”