Ahead of them, the visitors travel to Benghazi, having just won their last match with much gusto.
When the teams faced off at the Japoma Stadium on Friday, Cameroon demonstrated their prowess with a decisive 3-0 victory. The team was simply too powerful for Mauritius.
Bryan Mbeumo gave Rigobert Song’s team the lead at the break, while Georges-Kevin N’Koudou and Frank Magri added goals in the second half to complete the victory.
The Indomitable Lions won their first back-to-back competitive games of the season as a result, snapping a two-game losing run.
The opposition team will now face off against you. They have only won once in the past seven iterations of this match, losing the other four.
The visitors on Tuesday need to improve on both sides of the field if they hope to reverse their losing streak that dates back to June 2022.
Libya began their World Cup qualifying campaign with a positive result at the Mbombela Stadium on Friday, defeating Eswatini 1-0 after a hard-fought match.
For many stretches of the match, Milutin Sredojevic’s team was up against the wall, but they managed to break the deadlock with Ahmed Ekrawa and hold on for the three points.
The Mediterranean Knights have won all six of their games in all competitions since suffering three losses during their March comeback.
The hosts on Tuesday are now looking to win back-to-back games in front of their supporters for the first time in 2023 after recently winning their first game at home in four games.
Libya World Cup Qualifying – Africa form:
Libya form (all competitions):
L L D W D W
Cameroon World Cup Qualifying – Africa form:
Cameroon form (all competitions):
L D W L L W
Murad Al-Wuheeshi is anticipated to play in goal once more as he has recently established himself as Libya’s starting goalkeeper.
In the previous game, veteran attacker Ahmed Ekrawa scored his first goal for his country, helping the hosts to a much-needed victory over Cameroon.
Frank Magri and Georges-Kevin N’Koudou, who impressed last time out against Mauritius coming off the bench, will both be vying for a spot in the starting lineup.
In the game stated earlier, 23-year-old Faris Moumbagna made his debut for his country fully, but he might be left off the field this time.
Libya possible starting lineup:
Al-Wuheeshi; Almusrat, Amir, Ali; Al Dawi, Aleiyan, Saleh, Fakroun; Ekrawa, Al Khoja, Salama
Cameroon possible starting lineup:
Onana; Wooh, Gonzalez, Castelletto; Yongwa, Anguissa, Neyou, Tchamadeu; Mbeumo, Toko Ekambi, N’Koudou
Our Prediction 3-0 win by Cameroon, but can Libya score 1 goal