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Tanzania: Egypt should expect no mercy from us
Egypt are the leaders of Group G with 7 points after the group was reduced to three teams following the withdrawal of Chad, needing only a draw to secure qualification to the African competition which they have been missing since 2010.
“I know some Egyptian officials were in Nairobi watching us on last week friendly against Kenya but they should not expect even a draw in Dar es Salaam,” Mkwasa said.
“We take this game seriously. Our destiny lies on it and everybody knows it. We lost in Egypt last year but we will not allow any loss again.”
It’s worth mentioning that this is a must win game for Tanzania, in order to keep their hopes of an AFCON qualification alive.