Former international and present sports minister of Guinea, Titi Camara reiterated his stand that the Syli Stars will shock the Eagles in Abuja.
Camara who is no stranger to Guinean battles with the Eagles led a strong Guinean delegation into Abuja during the week to cheer their team to victory.
“We are not just here to get a draw, but a win. We are here to win and Nigerians must be prepared,” said the former Liverpool of England player.
With these words it is obvious that Saturday’s game will not be a stroll in the park for the Eagles as the Guineas are prepared to tackle the game with all mental and physical alertness.
This was the major focus of Guinean coach Michel Dussuyer during their training ahead of the the important match.
The Frenchman has also drilled his defenders in face of the expected onslaught from the Eagles attackers. They are hoping to pull at least a draw with the Eagles in Abuja, a result that will see Guinea walk away with the group B ticket to the Nation Cup next year in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
Dussuyer told an Guinean football online publication that, the Syli Stars will be aiming for victory, just like they did when they beat Ethiopia 4-1 at home during the course of the qualifiers.