Zambia national soccer team coach Honour Janza has expressed confidence that the Chipolopolo boys have the ability to collect maximum points in Zambia’s encounter with Tunisia this evening at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) tournament in Equatorial Guinea.
Janza said his boys need total concentration and will-power during the 90 minutes the two African football power houses will be playing tonight.
He said the team has mastered Tunisia’s style of play hence the Zambian team was aware of their weaknesses and will exploit them in the area they have identified.
Janza’s line up will be without midfielder, Nathan Sinkala, who has been ruled out of action for at least a month due to the knee injury he sustained in the match Zambia had on Sunday against Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Most Zambians have expressed concern over the absence of the midfielder but Janza said he was confident that a suitable replacement will be found.
Zambia will wear the popular 2012 winning jersey while Tunisia will be in white and red. The match will kick off at 18:00 hours Zambian time this evening.
Meanwhile, Given Singuluma said he was happy that he scored one of the fastest goals at the tournament.
Singuluma said praise should however go to the whole team because it was team work that worked.
Singuluma scored Zambia’s only goal in the game against DRC within the first two minutes of the match.