By Angu Lesley
The Pharaohs of Egypt have arrived Douala-Cameroon to continue preparations for their crunch 16th finals game against the Elephants of Ivory Coast.
Coach Carlos Queiroz and his team arrived their base to move the Onomo Hotel where they will be lodge till Wednesday’s top game.
Egypt finished second in group D with six points and had to move from Garoua to Douala confront Group F winners Ivory Coast who accumulated 7 points in three group games.
The game at the Japoma Omnisport Stadium is repeat of the 2006 African Cup of Nations final and has some big game players.
Current UEFA Champions League top scorer Sebastian Haller is expected to lead the lines for coach Patrice Beaumelle’s Ivory Coast.
Liverpool hitman Mohamed Salah will lead lines for the Pharaohs as they seek to better their 2019 competition which ended with a disappointing 0-1 defeat to the Bafana Bafana of South Africa on home soil.
The Pharaohs will train at the Japoma Annex Stadium from 5PM this Saturday while the Elephants train at the same time at Reunification Stadium in Douala.
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