Coach of the Super Falcons, Thomas Dennerby has reaffirmed that the team will secure a semi-final ticket at the ongoing Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in Ghana, as the girls take on the She-polopolo of Zambia in another Group B encounter this evening at the Cape Coast stadium.
Dennerby said this in Cape Coast, while addressing newsmen ahead of the match.
He said Zambia has good players but the Falcons have the experience to humble them.
Dennerby disclosed that the Nigerian girls have been able to overcome taking decisions slowly during the field of play, which cost them to lose chances of scoring during the clash with South Africa last Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Coach of She-polopolo, Bruce Mwape said that his team will clinch the first semi-final ticket in Group B when they take on the Super Falcons.
Addressing newsmen ahead of the encounter, Mwape said his girls have the skills to overpower the Nigerian girls.
Mwape said further that, the five-zero defeat of Equatorial Guinea by the Zambian girls in their first match of the tournament, would not make them to underrate the Nigerians, noting that the Falcons will see the game as a make or mar one.
Radio Nigeria correspondent who is in Ghana reports that, the Super Falcons must triumph over Zambia, to brighten the chances of defending the titles they won in 2016.
The match comes up at half past four in the evening, Nigerian time.
The other Group B clash between South Africa and Equatorial Guinea also comes later tonight.
Meanwhile, in matches decided yesterday, hosts, Ghana lost to Mali by two goals to one, while Cameroon thrashed Algeria, three-nil.