After having forced the DRC to a draw (1-1) on Friday, September 3 in Lubumbashi, Tanzania challenges Madagascar this Tuesday, September 7, which lost to Benin (0-1) in its first match of these qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The match takes place at 1:00 p.m. GMT at the Benjamin Mkapa stadium in Dar Es Salaam.
The Taifa Stars of Tanzania and the Bareas of Madagascar will deliver a merciless duel this Tuesday, September 7 as part of the second day of the qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup in Pool J. On a positive dynamic after its draw against the DRC on the first day of the qualifiers, Kim Poulsen’s men hope to secure their first victory in this campaign. The Danish technician can count on the return of his striker, Ally Mbwana Samatta and other group executives, Shomari Kapombe, Mohamed Hussein to take down the Malagasy.
On a negative spiral (3 defeats, 2 draws in the last 5 games), the Baréas must react especially after their bad start against the Squirrels of Benin (0-1). To this end Eric Rabesandratana, the Malagasy coach should change the tactical software compared to the previous match where he had aligned a 5-4-1 system to allow Baréas to beat Tanzania and get back in the direction of the market. He will also be able to count on these executives: Jérémie Morel, Abel Anicet to reverse the negative trend this Tuesday against the Tanzanian team.