By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
As part of their preparation for the 2021 African nations Championship, CHAN, planned for early next year in Cameroon, the intermediate Lions of Cameroon will play a set of international friendly games in Cameroon during the next FIFA break.
According to kick442.com findings, the boys of coach Yves Clement Arroga will confront the senior national selection of Liberia twice, on November 8 and 11 in Douala as they continue to sharpen their skills for the CHAN 2021.
The games represent part of Cameroon’s preparations for the sixth edition of the CHAN scheduled for January – February 2021.
Cameroon has had six international friendlies so far including the most recent goalless draw games against South Sudan.
They are expected to have not less than three international games after the two games against Liberia.
The Cameroon team is currently camping some 25km in the outskirts of the country’s political capital Yaounde-Mbankomo.
Cameroon gets her CHAN campaign underway against Zimbabwe on January 16, before confronting Burkina Faso and Mali within intervals of three days per game.
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