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Round up of CAF qualifiers

The next Africa Cup of Nations is just around the corner, with the kickoff happening in Cameroon on the 15th of June 2019. The 2019 events will be the first time in the Championship’s history that 24 teams will be competing to lift the title.

The host country Cameroon gains automatic entry to the finals in 2019. There was speculation about Cameroon’s ability to host the event with so many teams playing but all doubts were cast aside when Confederation of African Football (CAF) put their seal of approval on the event.

This year’s qualifiers round is almost coming to an end. The qualifier round is made out of 12 groups containing four teams each. The qualifier round is going into match day 5 out of 6 in November. At this stage Zambia is sitting at the bottom of Group K. In Chipolopolo’s group are Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and Namibia. Guinea-Bissau is leading the pack with 7 points. The boys have their work cut out for them and newly appointed coach Sven Vandenbroeck is well aware of what needs to be done to reach the finals.

In the last game the coach announced an unchanged squad and will be working towards their next game on the 18th of November at Estádio do Zimpeto in the capital of Mozambique.

At the top of their group in group E, the Super Eagles is leading with nine points and South Africa is sitting in second. Uganda is sitting comfortably on the number one spot in their Group L with ten points. In group J Tunisia has 12 points with Egypt sitting on nine points. It will be an interesting couple of games coming up in November.

Betway Zambia football betting gives you all the updates of local and international games that is coming up this season. They offer betting on the CAF qualifiers and the finals in Cameroon in 2019. Zambians will be watching Chipolopolo closely and hoping that their team can reach the finals.

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4 Comments to Round up of CAF qualifiers

  1. Sibs says:

    I personally feel Sven doesn’t know the players well having just been appointed as Coach. Chintu seems to be giving advice on the Bench. The team needs to play the Mozambique game like a cup Final. Win or Bust!
    E. Banda needs to be called to the team he can take the place of L.Musonda Emmanuel has the ability to play as winger and midfielder. Let Kalaba start and take him out second half when he tires. Cletuc Chama to be on the bench. We need sharp shooters in the team. Let PD Start the game in place of Augustine Mulenga. If PD does not get a goal by 55 Minutes let Augustine come in.

  2. Pakka says:

    Zamfoot stop hating on Ghana and report this.since you act like you are unaware that Ghana Black Queens are in zambia to vs shepolopo then i will gladly report it for you from the zambia report online website said the following

    Zambia Women National Team coach Bruce Mwape says that Saturday’s international friendly match against Ghana at Nkoloma Stadium will help his team gauge its strength ahead of the 2018 Africa Cup of Nations.

    Mwape told FAZfootball.com that the friendly will help Zambia acquaint itself with the West African type of play.
    “The game will help us in the sense that Ghana is a big team, they have played in this type of competitions for some time. The experience that they have will help our players before we head to Ghana,” he said.

    Go Black Queens of Ghana the heart of Africa, no need to hate just shoe love as Ghana do to all African neighbours. we’re all brothers and sisters

  3. STUMPY says:

    I feel Jacob mulenga needs to lead the attack for the last 2 games. justin shonga is a blunt striker who cant change the game when the chips are down.

  4. Frog says:

    @Stumpy . Jacob Mulenge can be used as a supersub. Make no mistake, he will add value. If someone would say Jacob doesn’t want to play for chipolopolo , it will depend on how you talk to him. He will be willing to come

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