The President of the Football Association of Zambia believes playing Cameroon in the final game of their World Cup 2018 Qualifiers should give them an edge over Nigeria.
Andrew Kamanga is confident that they will progress to the World Cup becuase Cameroon will have little or nothing to play for when both teams meet in their final group game.
He however said victory over Nigeria in Uyo should be their target for now as it will further boost their hope of qualifying for the World Cup before their last game against Cameroon.
”We are putting in every effort to make sure that this team is adequately prepared as we face Nigeria, which for me is the do or die game as whoever wins that game will be assured of going to Russia 2018,” Kamanga told fazfootball.com.
“But most interestingly in this group, we are the only ones who have never been to the World Cup, but with the favour we continue to draw on we should be able to qualify, come November because we have the advantage of playing Cameroun in the final round.”