Chipolopolo coach Sven Vandenbroeck says he has very little data on Guinea Bissau but is working on a plan to collect the teams’ first three points in the 2019 AFCON Group K qualifiers.

Zambia will host joint Group K leaders Guinea Bissau at National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka on October 10 before travelling to Bissau three days later for the final leg of their double-header .

“I have no info on Guniea Bissau, the only thing I know is that almost all their players play in Portugal, which is a good league especially that it is a tactical league. So I expect a tactical difficult game,” Vandenbroeck said.

Chipolopolo are bottom of Group K tied on 1 point with Namibia following a 1-1 with the latter on September 8 in Windhoek.

Guinea Bissau and Mozambique are joint leaders on 4points heading into match-day-three of the 2019 AFCON qualifiers.

Guinea Bissau and Zambia also meet for the second time in an AFCON qualifier after Chipolopolo drew 0-0 at home and lost 3-2 away en route to failing to qualify for the 2017 tournament .

“A coach is always under pressure to deliver in every game but I don’t feel the pressure but I know the team and I are under pressure. How are we going to approach the game? I have some ideas on my mind,” Vandenbroeck said.

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  1. Play like this:
    1. Mweene
    2. Salulani
    3. Samunjopa
    4. Kabaso
    5. Sunzu
    6. Nathan
    7. Lubambo
    8. Mwepu
    9. Patson
    10. Kalaba
    11. Augustin
    And you take away your under pressure.

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  2. Remove Patson put Kelvin Mubanga Kampamba, if at all he has been called up. That boy’s trickery will keep any defender on his toes. Patson u bring when players are tired.

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  3. Gbissau coach saying he has little infor. on Guinea bissau , how was he recruited then, i think Zambia shud not mind his comments just eyes on the BALL BANE

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