The morale in the Malawi national football team, the Flames, is high ahead of Saturday’s Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers game against Chad and expected to defend the 2-0 first leg result in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations finals.
Chad Coach Emmanuel Tregoat said his side is very much in contention and can turn tables against Malawi‘s Flames on Saturday in N’djamena.
But Flames captain, Joseph Kamwendo has vowed not to let the 2-0 lead be lost.
“We will guard jealously against the 2-0 lead and we want to win not to defend,” said Kamwendo.
Malawi head coach Young Chimodzi said Malawians expect nothing short of victory and promised that his charges will give “their best”.
The winners of the tie will play either Benin or Sao Tome Principe. Benin produced a vital 2-0 victory in Sao Tome to take a big advantage into their home leg.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :