Luanda - The Palancas Negras of Angola will aim to make home ground advantage count in their favour as they welcome an experienced Burkina Faso team to Luanda on Wednesday, SuperSport report.
This Africa Nations Cup Qualifier will kick off at 6pm on Wednesday night.
Angola have just come off a 1-0 loss to Gabon away from home in their opening game over the weekend and will want to put things right at home.
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Their loss in Libreville on Saturday will inspire them to change the outcome of today’s qualifier against the experienced Burkinabe side, who won their opening game against Lesotho on the weekend.
Angolan coach Romeu Filemon will look to lead his team to a home victory and will need the experience of midfielder Gilberto and the likes of Bastos to try and replicate their home form from August, where they beat Ethiopia 1-0 and drew 0-0 with Botswana.
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