18 January 2017

Group A matches, part two

Now that we have seen all 16 teams in action over the past 4 days it is time to do it all over again. In the next 4 days all of them will in entertain us in the second round and for some teams these games may be crucial.

- Gabon - Burkina Faso. Master of stalemates Gabon meet a little bit improved Burkina Faso. For the home spectators it would be a disaster to see another draw, so Gabon must go for three points. Their task may be difficult enough, because Burkinabe is always dangerous and inconvenient opponent. Given the fact that they are the hosts, with lots of stars plus they have one more player behind them (fans) Gabon should take their first 'very sweaty' win.
- Cameroon - Guinea-Bissau. The 'minnows' of this group has done an excellent job by cutting two points of favored Gabon in the first part and now they want to do the same. Before the tournament even began, everyone thought that Guinea-Bissau would be a punching bag. 'Taking measures' from Cameron sounds like impossible job, but never say never is the saying. The Indomitable Lions are also having a hard time lately, and although Guinea-Bissau WILL pose a threat, Cameroon is a way too strong by taking full points.


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