Tanzania needs nothing other victory or a scoring draw against DR Congo in the second leg of the First Round on Sunday away in Kinshasa.
Tanzanian giants Young Africans have qualified for the group stage despite suffering a 1- loss to Ethiopian side Wolaitta Dicha in the return leg on Wednesday in Hawassa. Young Africans won the two legged tie 2-1 on aggregate to secure a spot at the last 16.
Tanzania giants Young Africans are hopeful of returning unscathed from their trip to Hawassa, when they play as guests of surprise packets, Wolaitta Dicha of Ethiopia on Wednesday, 18 April 2018.
Zambia’s Shepolopolo are through to final round of the qualifiers after battling to a 1-1 home draw against the Twiga Stars of Tanzania on Sunday at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka.
Goals from midfield duo, Raphael Daud and Emmanuel Martin, was enough to seal victory for the Tanzanian champions, Young Africans over Wolaitta Dicha of Ethiopia in their first leg clash on Saturday in Dar es Salaam.
Zambia striker, Babra Banda, put a woman-of-the-match performance, scoring a brace and assisting one the visitors came from behind to hold Tanzania to a 3-3 draw on Wednesday in Dar es Salaam.
Zambia’s quest for a second appearance at the final tournament begins on Wednesday, 4 April 2018, in Dar es Salaam, when they play as guest of Tanzania’s Twiga Stars in the First Round first leg.
Tanzania will have a mountain to climb in Kinshasa in a fortnight after settling for a barren draw with DR Congo in their First Round first leg on Saturday at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
Tanzania U-20 coach, Ammy Ninje expects a tough test from DR Congo, when the two sides face-off on Saturday in Dar es Salaam, in the first leg of the first round of the qualifiers for the Total U-20 Africa Cup of Nations Niger 2019.
Second half goals from Mbwana Samatta and Shiza Kichuya were was enough to hand Tanzania a 2-0 win over DR Congo on Tuesday in an international friendly in Dar es Salaam.