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Orange Cup 2015 | Teams To look At And Fear


AFCON or CAN has the format, since 1994, of sixteen teams drawn into four groups of four teams each, with the top two teams of each group advancing to a “knock-out” stage.

Zambia faces the competition in Group B with DR Congo, Cape Verde, and Tunisia. This is a serious Group Of Do or Die.


Group Distribution and Teams to Look For


Zambia faces the competition in Group B with DR Congo, Cape Verde and Tunisia. This is not an easy group. No wondering group.

Tunisia – Never lost. Played 6 drew 2 with a remarkable goal difference of 4. Zambia faced the Blues of Cape with a teethering towards a learnt lesson, that tender starting may get you to the next stage but brutal and frontal is the best from 0 second up. Its been tough to pass over Tunisia and Janza must have to work on that

Table below shows how Zambia faired.

AFCON 2015 Qualifier Group F Log


Of the entitled games AFCON 2015 Qualifier they won 5 and lost 1 with 7 goal difference. Technically Algeria is prowess and formidable. Even at the World Cup 2014 they where among the first to qualify to the second stage. If not carefuly handled they might see the Orange Africa Cup 2015 theirs.

South Africa

Struggled and is largely existing because of its name. The existing Group C where it has been settled its has already sent shock to analyst for the stream and narrow chances to knock out stage.

South Africa, Ghana, Algeria, Senegal = Group C Of Death


Attained a goal difference of 8 after playing 6 games where a win of 4 and drew 2. Group D is not terrible for them. They are reorganised and we should see them advance past Cote, Mali, and Guinee in Group D


are dangerously lurking and must be looked out for. I see them easily jumping to the next level. With fans days’ s journey int Equatorial they must reserve the results of the support. They hold Equatorial, Burkina, Gabon in Group A. This group host teams from the same region. This makes it very contentious.

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