|Wednesday, 24 November 2010 12:00|
The national team, Zebras, is on the verge of qualifying for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations. They have extended their lead at the top of Group K to six points after completing the double over Tunisia last Wednesday. Stanley Tshosane’s team now needs three points to assure qualification to the 28th edition of the tournament.
Zebras are on song with 13 points followed by Tunisia and Malawi with 7 and 6 respectively. What makes the Zebras’ way to the Gabon/Equatorial Guinea showpiece easier is that the other two teams vying for one of the top two spots are yet to play each other, meaning they will surely be three points dropped by one of them or two points dropped by both if they play to a draw.