After their comfortable 5-1 win over Sao Tome, Guinea Bissau has safely arrived in the Guinean capital ahead of Group A matchday two of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone on Monday.
The Group A leaders arrived at around 1:25 am on Saturday, June 11 – via Casablanca.
The Leone Stars will lock to avoid a second defeat in the group following their narrow 2-1 loss at the MKO Abiola Stadium on Thursday afternoon.
Sierra Leone was the first to touch down in Guinea from Nigeria on Friday to continue their preparation for this crucial encounter.
Monday’s outing between the two West African nations will be the thirteen. Sierra Leone has never lost to their counterparts at the senior level. The Leone Stars with the upper hand with seven victories and five draws in all competitions.
However, Bissau’s young keeper Manuel Baldé is confident of a good performance against the Leone Stars.
“Our victory over Sao Tome we are pleased with, but we will continue to work because, on Monday 13 June, we have a difficult challenge ahead. Personally, I’m prepared to help the team,” Manuel Baldé, who plays football in Portugal with F.C. Vizela, was quoted as saying.
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