Feutcheu FC of Bandjoun host Yong sport Academy of Bamenda on Sunday April 14, 2019, in a day 15 game of the league one championship. Feutcheu is now unbeaten in their last 5 games, while YOSA seems not to have had plans for the eventual departure of Ndoumbe Bosso. The Bamenda boys are still looking for their first win under interim coach, Thomas Ayuketang Kome.
Feutcheu has gone 7 match days without suffering a defeat, and will hope to continue that run when YOSA comes visiting. The team is on 3 matches winning streak and just 2 points separate Feutcheu from pool B leaders Stade Renard. Coach Richard Towa and his boys have their eyes fixed on the top spot, and are ready to capitalize on any error from the leaders.
For YOSA, the team will be looking for their first win in four games. The team has not won any game since Thomas Ayuketang Kome took over on interim basis. YOSA risk dropping far down the pecking orders in Pool B, should they fail to win on Sunday in Bafoussam. The team will also be in search of their first ever win over Feutcheu.
HEAD TO HEAD
In the away tie, the two sides separated zero all. It is on record that YOSA has never beaten Feutcheu FC, since Feutcheu joined the top tier in 2017. Sundays game will be the 6th meeting between the two sides, and in their last five meetings, Feutcheu has recorded two wins (YOSA 0#2 Feutcheu in Bamenda on May 28, 2017, Feutcheu 3#0 YOSA on September 28, 2017). The other 3 encounters between the two sides have end on parity. The last five matches between YOSA and Feutcheu have produced nine goals, with six for Feuthceu and just three for YOSA.
YOSA has picked just 3 out of 15 points against Feutcheu, with 9 points going the other way.
As mentioned earlier, Feutcheu is on a 6 games unbeaten run. The last time the team suffered defeat, was on the 7 day of play, against Eding. In their past 6 games, the team has recorded 3 wins and 3 draws. Feutcheu has played 12 games, recorded 5 wins, 1 defeat and 6 draws, scoring 10 goals and conceding 6.
YOSA has lined up 4 straight draws, and have won just 3 of their 12 games, suffering 2 defeats and 7 draws in total. YOSA has not been active in front of goal, has they have found the back of the net just 7 times this season, and have conceded 6 goals.
PLAYERS TO WATCH
Three players in the current YOSA squad played for Feutcheu last term, Ashu Tambe Clevis (scored 12 goals for Feutcheu last term), TOKO TOKO Eric, and Yindui Bouba. They will be facing their former club for the first time. Toko Toko Eric is YOSAs top scorer this season, with 2 goals.
Also, three players of the Feutcheu squad have played for YOSA. They are midfielder Richard Ebongue, Right Back, Daouda Alim and goalkeeper Hart Chenwie Tse, who spend the second half of last season with YOSA, before returning to Feutcheu where he is back-up to Sodea Eric Sadjo.
The man to watch out for in the ranks of Feutcheu, will certainly be Albert Nelle, who has been the talk of the day for the past weeks. He has scored 3 goals for Feutcheu this season.
YOSA will have a large squad to select, with Brandon Moukete available for selection, after missing their last game due to suspension. There is still no news on Adu Wum Elvis, who suffered an injury earlier this season, and has been reportedly abandoned by the team officials. It is not also certain if Cyril Fonou will make the trip to the west region.
YOSA players refused to train on Thursday, for nonpayment of their salaries. Some of the players told Kick442.com that they have receive salaries just once this season.