23 January 2013

Angola's Suffers No Injury for the Next Match

Angola football players have no fresh injury concerning today's match as the squad travel to Durban, and Mark Gleeson of AllAfrica.com believes they will serve up South Africa's toughest Group Stage test.

"Angola are an even tougher opponent who also drew their opening match but looked the best of the four Group A sides on the evidence of the first day's display."

"Striker Guilherme Afonso and Manucho both missed a series of gilt-edged chances as Angola put on a strong display in the second half, proving a hard-running and enterprising team with a tough physical approach that will prove tricky for Bafana Bafana to deal with."

South Africa knows a loss will likely result in elimination, so the pressure will be on them to string some passes together and create opportunities.

Angola will be looking to take advantage of that and pressure them early on.

Angola will want to repeat the performance they managed against Morocco while adding a prolific tinge up front. Manucho remains their best bet of making something happen.


There's going to be a goal or two this time, but I can't seperate them. 1-1

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