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Tunisia announce squad for Cameroon clash

07 November 2013, 10:33

Abuja - Tunisia have announced their squad for the return leg of the 2014 FIFA  World Cup playoff against Cameroon.

The Carthage Eagles coach, Ruud Krol, dropped Issam Jemaa, Aymen Abdennour and Wahbi Khazri from the squad, while Montpellier midfielder Jamel Saihi makes a return from injury layoff.

The game is open to both sides after a goalless result in the first leg played last month in Rades.

But with Cameron the host of the November 17 clash, the West Africans will be banking on home advantage to book a ticket to Brazil. 

Tunisia squad:

Golakeepers: Aymen Mathlouthi (Étoile Sahel), Moez Ben Chrifia (Espérance Tunis), Rami Jeridi (Sfaxien)

Defenders: Mohamed Ben Mansour (Espérance  Tunis), Khalil Chammem (Espérance Tunis), Yacine Mikari (Luzern), Alaeddine Yahia (Lens), Sameh Derbali (Espérance Tunis), Chamseddine Dhaouadi (Espérance Tunis), Siam Ben Youssef (Astra Giurgiu), Alaya Brigui (Etoile Sahel), Bassem Boulaabi (Club Sfaxien)

Midfielders: Anis Ben Hatira (Herta Berlin), Fakhreddine Ben Youssef (Club Sfaxien), Wissem Ben Yahia (Mersin Idman Yurdu), Fabien Bechir (KRC Genk), Houcine Ragued (Espérance Tunis), Ferjani Sassi (Sfaxien), Stephane Nater (St Gallen), Yassine Chikhaoui (FC Zurich), Jamel Saïhi (Montpellier)

Strikers: Sami Allagui (Herta Berlin), Ahmed Akaïchi (Espérance Tunis), Sabeur Khalifa (Olympique Marseille), Amine Chermiti (FC Zurich), Adem Rejaïbi (Bizertin).

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