Black Satellites coach Karim Zito
Cameroon finished top of their group after winning all three games, making them favourites at the tournament in Mauritania. "We have a few injury situations in camp. Four players have suffered some knocks. And from the advise we are getting from our doctors, they may not be able to play against Cameroon But that's why we came here with 26 players so we have equally good players," he said in a prematch interview. "Nonetheless, It's going to be an interesting game tomorrow and it will be an explosive game of football. Sometimes it takes losing a game to reawaken you. I can assure you that after our team meetings and all that we've discussed after the Gambia, the boys are ready for the game against Cameroon tomorrow," he added.