Patrick Moukoko of Cameroon is challenged by Vieljeux Prestige Mboungou of Congo during the 2018 Chan game between Cameroon and Congo at Le Grand Stade Agadir in Agadir, Morocco on 16 January 2018 © Ryan Wilkisky/BackpagePix
Saturday Jan 20, 2018. 09:00
Cameroon will be hoping to bounce back with a win as they meet Angola in their second 2018 CAF African Nations Championship match on Saturday.
The Group D match for the Indomitable Lions comes after a 1-0 loss against Congo in their opener on Tuesday.
Coach Rigobert Song will have to motivate his men to convert their chances after dominating in their loss.
On the log table, they sit at number four with a loss from the opening match.
Looking at the Palancas Negras, they are yet to win in the tournament after registering a 0-0 draw against Burkina Faso on Tuesday.
A win for Angola will take them to four points, thus leaving the Cameroonians at the bottom.
Out of 13 clashes between the two nations, Angola have won once, drawn seven and lost five to the reigning African champions.
The encounter will be staged at Satde Adra in Agdir on Saturday afternoon, 16:30 (CAT).