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Ivorian players Bafana need to stop
The midfield will be a key area as both sides look to dominate, so what’s important for Bafana is to ensure that they do not allow Kessie to dicate terms in the middle of the park. He has the vision which allows him to play those defence splitting passes to strikers that are waiting to finish. He is also dangerous in set piece situations, which his ability to score or whip in hard-to-defend balls into the area.
The Crystal Palace forward has the pace, skill and eye goal, which makes him a big threat. Zaha will go into the tournament high on confidence after a good season with Palace, which has seen him being linked with a move to Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. He can play either on the wings or upfront.
He is solid in the middle of the park and he will do whatever it takes to ensure Bafana do not have too much freedom in the middle of the park. He is full of running, playing a key role in both defence and attack.
The winger, who has attracted interest from various clubs in Europe, was in sublime form for his French Ligue 1 club Lille, bagging 22 goals and 11 assists in the past campaign. These are statistics that Bafana should be aware of, so that they keep an eye on this dangerous player. He’s got speed and skill to beat opposition defenders.
Like Zaha, Cornet goes into AFCON high on confidence after finishing the season in fine form for French Ligue 1 side Lyon. He scored six goals in the last five league matches for his club and he’ll be hoping to continue with this scoring form in Egypt.
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Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lebogang Manyama feels it is no surprise that things are looking up under coach Ernst Middendorp but has outlined how they can still improve.
Chiefs have managed four wins in five games since Middendorp’s return to the club at the start of December, when he took over at the helm from Giovanni Solinas.
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They have also since scored nine goals and conceded just two, with each department looking more solid with every passing game.
Though Manyama has yet to get onto the scoresheet under his new boss, the 28-year-old feels the reason for their revitalisation is quite obvious, although further improvement can still be made from an individual perspective.
“I always believe that if you’ve got a good driver, the bus always goes in the right direction,” said Manyama, alluding to the new coach.
“Obviously the talent in the squad is there but individually we cannot do anything, so we have to try and play as a team and try to improve one another.
“The quality is there but we also have to remain as a unit and have one vision, which is to put Kaizer Chiefs back where it belongs.”
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Amakhosi have travelled to Zambia, where they will square off with domestic champions Zesco United in their CAF Confederation Cup play-off round first leg tie on Sunday afternoon.