The third and final round of Group B of the African Cup of Nations will be a tough one as all teams can advance to the next stages of the competition. Zimbabwe will be playing Tunisia at the Stade d’Angondje in a must win game for Zimbabwe.
For Zimbabwe, who lost 2-0 to Senegal on matchday two, only a win will be enough to see them progress as group runners-up and they will need Algeria to drop points even then to be certain of a place in the last eight.
Boss Callisto Pasuwa felt his side were intimidated by Senegal’s physical approach and has challenged his players to rise to the occasion as they look to get beyond the group stage for the first time. “It was two quick goals that unsettled the team and our boys were jittery, too,” he said. “But for the two early goals, we would have seen some good football from my boys.
Henryk Kasperczak wants Tunisia to keep up their clinical play as they aim to book an Africa Cup of Nations quarter-final spot against Zimbabwe. Tunisia claimed a vital win over north African rivals Algeria on matchday two to move into second place in Group B, behind Senegal, who have already qualified for the next round.
A draw at Stade d’Angondje would be enough to see the 2004 champions progress and Kasperczak is confident that they can challenge for the latter stages if they build on Thursday’s 2-1 win.
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