“If we beat Guinea Bissau then we will have a very good chance of qualifying because at the moment they are one point ahead of us. So far, I think the team has done very well because we have not lost in the two matches we have played against Congo,” Kamanga told the FAZ website.
Chipolopolo were held to a 1-1 draw by Congo-Brazzaville at home in Ndola last week Wednesday, and picked up a point away in Brazzaville over the weekend.
Zambia are seating on six points having played four game. They are tied with second placed Congo-Brazzaville.
“We now have to go back to the drawing board and start preparing for Guinea Bissau. The coach will give us a programme to adequately prepare for the Guinea Bissau game. For now, that will be our focus.”
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