Cameroon will look to consolidate their standing at the top of Group F in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers when they travel to Cape Verde on Friday at 4pm (UK time).
The Indomitable Lions secured automatic qualification as the host nation, but have made light work of their group nonetheless, currently leading the charge and able to cement their status as winners of their four-way battle with a result on Friday. Cape Verde, by contrast, are scrapping for their lives at the foot of the group.
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Scoreline prediction: Cape Verde 1-3 Cameroon
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Cape Verde vs Cameroon build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
A stroke of fortune presented itself to Cape Verde earlier this week, as Rwanda clinched victory over Mozambique, blowing the race for second wide open and ensuring the Blue Sharks‘ destiny is in their own hands, with just one point currently separating fourth from the final qualification place, while Bubista’s men have a game in hand, against an already-qualified Cameroon.
Toni Conceicao’s side were always guaranteed a place in the competition as the host nation, but they’ve been a force in the groups regardless of their preordained status, and they will top the group unless Cape Verde miraculously win their final two games with heavy goal swing in their favour. The Blue Sharks will not be worried about catching Cameroon, though, but just generating enough points to see them over the line.
- Cape Verde (vs Rwanda): Vozinha; S Furtado, Ponck, Fortes, Stopira; Borges, W Furtado, Monteiro; Mendes, Semedo, Tavares.
- Cameroon (vs Mozambique): Onana; Mbaizo, Onguene, Moukoudi, Ngah; Castelletto, Hongla, Malong; Ngamaleu, N’Jie, Aboubakar.
Incredibly, an administration error has meant international captain Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting misses out on a call up after the Cameroon FA reportedly sent the Bayern Munich forward’s invitation email to themselves. They have since denied the allegation, insisting the player simply ignored their attempts to contact him.
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Player to watch: Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa (Fulham)
Few players have encapsulated the recent resurgence of Fulham’s bid to stave off the threat of Premier League relegation than Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa. The 25-year-old has been the linchpin of Scott Parker’s midfield, combining brains and brawn to energise the centre of the pitch, while ensuring The Cottagers remain fiercely competitive against elite opposition. His stature and languid gait somewhat belies his ability on the ball, as Anguissa has registered the second-most completed take-ons in the division this term (82), behind only Wolves’ Adama Traore (118). Such dribbling ferocity and competence offers another feather to Anguissa’s cap and will be a huge boost to Cameroon in this upcoming international break.
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