- Cameroon will face Botswana this Friday in Douala in the first-leg game of the second round tie
- The 2024 U-20 FIFA World Cup qualifier clash will happen in Douala
- Cameroon and Botswana are on a mission to reach their first U-20 Women’s World Cup
The U-20 Women’s national team of Cameroon have reached crescendo in their preparations for the first-leg of their 2024 FIFA World Cup qualifier clash against their Botswana counterparts this October 7 in Douala.
The girls guided by coach Hassan Ibrahim defeated APEJES U-17 4-2 on Sunday in their final warm-up game at the CAF excellence center in Mbankomo before switching to Douala.
Sunday’s game marks the end of their stay in Yaoundé as they will travel to Douala this Monday.
Cameroon will open camp in Douala from Monday evening till the day of the first-leg game at the Bepanda Omnisport stadium.
Cameroon clashes with Botswana in the second round of the 2024 FIFA World Cup qualifier on October 7 and the reversed fixture one week later away from home.
Coach Hassan Ibrahim, who is guiding the current generation of players hoping to help the country reach the 2024 FIFA World Cup scheduled sometime next year in Colombia.
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