Zambia Takes on Ivory Coast in Crucial AFCON Qualifier at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium

Chipolopolo (Zambia) prepares to face Ivory Coast in a high-stakes Group H Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium

Chipolopolo (Zambia) prepares to face Ivory Coast in a high-stakes Group H Africa Cup of Nations qualifier at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium. With Ivory Coast already qualified as hosts, the race for the remaining qualification spot intensifies as Zambia currently sits in second place with nine points, just one point behind the leaders.

The match holds great significance for Zambia, as a draw or victory would secure their long-awaited ticket to the AFCON. Having missed out on the tournament in the previous three occasions, the team is determined to seize this opportunity and showcase their skills on the continental stage.

Kick-off for the match is scheduled for 15:00 hours, and fans from all corners of the country have already flocked to Ndola, eagerly awaiting the kickoff. The atmosphere is electric, with passionate supporters gathering to cheer on their national team and spur them to victory.

All eyes will be on the players as they take to the field, knowing that only one team can join Ivory Coast in qualifying from Group H. The pressure is palpable, and both teams will be giving their all in pursuit of their AFCON dreams.

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The Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola will be the center of attention as the battle unfolds. With the nation’s hopes resting on their shoulders, Chipolopolo will look to capitalize on their home advantage and secure a favorable result against a formidable Ivory Coast side.

As the final whistle approaches, the outcome of this match could shape Zambia’s footballing destiny. A triumph would not only grant them a place in the Africa Cup of Nations but also provide a tremendous boost to the team and fans alike, marking a triumphant end to their qualification campaign.

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