Dragon football Club of Yaounde would play the role of landlords when Apejes of Mfou comes visiting on Sunday 10, 2019 in a wonderful encounter for neutrals, but nail biting for supporters of either club’s.
Head to Head
A lot of bad blood has been running between these two since 2015, but Apejes slightly edges Dragon football club, winning 4 and pulling a leveler on two occasions, while Dragon have managed to win in this encounter 2 times
2015: Apejes 2-0 Dragon
Dragon 0-2 Apejes
2016: Dragon 2-1 Apejes
Apejes 1-0 Dragon
2017: Dragon 1-2 Apejes
Apejes 1-1 Dragon
2018: Dragon 1-0 Apejes
Apejes 1-0 Dragon
Note should be taken that the two times Dragon came out victorious ; first round 2016, and first round 2018 with 2-1 and 1-0 scores respectively, they played as the home side: on Sunday, Dragon is playing as the home side.
Dragon looks the more stable in recent times, more importantly because of their superior goals advantage, while Apejes aren’t doing bad, but they have an inferior goal advantage to that of Dragon, reason while the Dragon stands 4, while Apejes sits 6 in pole A.
Dragon in their past 5 games have recorded 2 wins, 2 draws, and 1 defeat while Apejes have managed 2 wins, 2 defeats and 1 draw in the spell of 5 games.
Note should be taken that Dragon have that feel for goals, as seen this season with the 5-1 spanking heaped on New stars, and also the 9 goals triller last season with the same opponents as it ended 5-4 the highest goal scoring encounter the League 1 have seen for a long time. This one promises goals and many goals.
Players to watch
Lots of good players have practiced their trades for this club’s in the past, with the likes of Raphael Messi Bouli for Apejes and Junior Rostand for Dragon of Yaounde.
Remember this name:Brice Owona, he celebrated his 30 birthday on March 4, 2019 and he might just turn to celebrate his birthday with a goal. Serge Ekollo Malolo has 4 goals this season, and he trails only to Kimilou Douda with 6 goals, so Malolo is the likeliest of goal scorer’s for Dragon.
History of both club’s
Apejes was created in 2006 and since then, went ahead to win the Cameroon cup in 2016 while Dragon of Yaounde is the older but have only managed also just to win the Cameroon cup in 1982.
The military stadium have played host to 20 percent of the League 1 matches this campaign, and also graced the opener of the League in the game pitting Eding against YOSA.