Athletics Information of Monday, 24 June 2019
Tunisia are favourites to make a successful commence to their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations campaign as they deal with Angola in a Team E clash at New Suez Stadium on Monday.
The Tunisians, breezed earlier Niger, Egypt and Eswatini (formerly recognised as Swaziland) to e book a spot in the levels of competition. The Eagles of Carthage, under the advice of Alain Giresse, will want a repeat of AFCON 2004, wherever they won the trophy.
Angola, on the other hand, are again from a 7-12 months break and would be wonderful opponents as they trampled above Burkina Faso and finished leading of their team on the street to Egypt. Record, on the other hand, frowns on The Steady Antelopes as they have manufactured it previous the team stage twice – 2008 and 2010 when they hosted – in seven tries.
What is kick-off time?
The match will get started at accurately 17:00GMT
The two teams new kind:
Tunisia: The Carthage Eagles are in wonderful kind as they have received 3 of their four pre-tournament friendlies (2-1 v Burundi, 1-2 v Croatia, 2- v Iraq and missing 1- v Algeria).
Angola: The Secure Antelopes have been victorious in their video game towards Guinea Bissau and Botswana prior to the event.
Staff Information: Who is readily available, injured or suspended?
There are no injuries or suspension considerations in the Tunisian camp and gamers like Naim Sliti and Firas Chaouat are envisioned to feature.
Head Mentor of Tunisia, Alain Giresse, in a press conference on Sunday reported that the most important thing to him is to assert all three details in that recreation.
But Angola head mentor, Srdjan Vasiljevic, is assured his side will trigger an upset.
“We amazed everyone by qualifying just after seven several years, our following shock is what our gamers will provide on the pitch. We’ll do every little thing to qualify for the up coming round”
Angolan stars, Gelson and Wilson Eduardo are probable to make an overall look.
There is no report of personal injury or suspension in the Angola camp both.
Head to Head history
In the 6 occasions, the two sides have confronted each other, Angola has failed to beat the North African side, with Tunisia profitable three and drawing three.
Possible setting up XIs
Tunisia: Moez Hassen, Rami Bedoui, Dylan Bronn, Yassine Meriah, Oussama Haddadi, Wajdi Kechrida, Ghaylene Chaalali, Youssef Msakni, Ellyes Skhiri, Anice Badri, Wahbi Khazri
Angola: Landu Mavanga, Jonathan Buatu, Bartolomeu Jacinto Bastos, Manuel Troco Paizo, Geraldo, Isaac Correia, Herenilson Caifalo do Carmo, Gelson, Manuel Luis da Silva Chow, Alfredo Kulembe Ribeiro, Djalma Campos