Malawi national football team coach Meke Mwase says he is confidence his side will against Botswana on Tuesday at the Kamuzu stadium.
The two teams will play the second leg of the 2022 FIFA world cup qualifiers with the first leg ended goalless on Saturday.
Mwase said with how the team played away in Botswana he is confidence to win the game at home.
“With how the team played in Botswana am sure we will win at home if we utelise the chances we will create. It will be tough but the fact that we didn’t concede any goal it’s an advantage to us”, he said.
Mwase further said their might be changes in how the team will play.
” We might change formation of play and even bring in other players into the starting team. All this is to attack from the first whistle and game as many goals”.
Flames will need an outright win to progress to the next round of the qualifiers. A draw of goals will see the Zebras through to the next round.
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