The Secetary General of Lesotho FA Mokhosi Mohapi has confirmed that a 26 man delegation will arrive in Freetown on the 9th November to honour their first match in the African Cup of Nations qualifier. Both nations will open their Cameroon 2021 campaign on the 13th of November. The tie is scheduled to be played in an empty National Stadium after latest FIFA sanction on Sierra Leone the host country. Sierra Leone has better ranking than their opponent presently Sierra Leone is ranked 117th, twenty places gap advantage (20) of their Southern Africa opposition, who are 137 in the global rankings, Leone Stars on paper are outright favourites especially with a recent victory over Liberia at home. Leone Stars have not lost a home match in their last four, defeating Gabon, Sudan 1-0 respectively in the 2017 Afcon qualifiers, down Kenya 2-1 in the opener of the 2019 Afcon qualifier before recent 1-0 victory over Liberia last month. Lesotho, on the other hand, lost once in their last six games in all competition defeating South Africa twice. They were held 1-1 at home against Ethiopia after a goalless draw at the Bahir Dar Stadium during the World Cup preliminary qualifiers as Ethiopia progressed on the away goals rule.
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