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Zambia and Equatorial Guinea set to battle for second place in Group B in Thursday WCQ matchup

It appears that either Equatorial Guinea or Zambia need to come up with at least four points when they face off in a FIFA World Cup qualifying doubleheader this week due to the dominance of Tunisia so far in Group B. With both teams on three points through two matches and Tunisia undefeated on six points, anything less than a win and a draw this week will not be enough to maintain hope of catching the Carthage Eagles going forward unless Tunisia has a surprise slip up in their two matchups against Mauritania.

Ahora EG and journalist Rubén Darío Ndumu Bengono Elúgu have the latest team news for the Nzalang Nacional as Equatorial Guinea prepares to host the opening duel in Malabo on Thursday. Captain Emilio Nsue addressed criticism of the fact that he continues to feature despite being a free agent without a club for an extended period, stating that family issues have made joining a club a secondary priority but that he trains with a Spanish third tier side and is in good enough shape to represent the national side. Star attacking force Iban Édu will be unavailable for the home game and the team hopes the Fuenlabrada player will be available for the return match in Zambia. Another star in midfielder Pedro Obiang will be out due to a lung problem according to SuperSport.

The opportunity is there for the visiting Chipolopolo to get an essential three points on the road due to the absence of Obiang and Édu for Equatorial Guinea. Manager Beston Chambeshi will not have Brighton midfielder Enock Mwepu to call upon as well as Edward Chilufya and Emmanuel Banda due to the Swedish-based pair being denied entry visas, but the tactician who also doubles as Nkana FC’s manager has firepower available in the form of Leicester City striker Patson Daka and Rangers FC’s Fashion Sakala. Click the links below to read about the latest team news from both sides.

Zambia look for WCQ victory in Malabo (SuperSport)

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