Coach John Keister’s squad wrapped up its first training session ahead of Monday decider in an empty Général Lansana Conté de Nongo on Monday, 14 June, in Guinea.

Sierra Leone first training session was held at the Stade Du Septembre 28 in Conakry, Guinea, on Sunday.

Their final training session will be held at the Stade De General Lansana Conte Nongo between 5 to 6 PM on Sunday evening.

Monday’s crunchy decider will the fourth meeting between the two nations in fifteen years.

In the last three meetings – they have defeated Sierra Leone 2-0 in 2006 at home, 2-0 in 2007 in Freetown, and a 1-0 win in November 2019.

Group L – Following a last-gasp winner, Nigeria qualified and Lesotho out of the race.
Sierra Leone technical team and skipper Umaru Bangura, Kwame Quee

Sierra Leone technical team and skipper Umaru Bangura, Kwame Quee

Benin (7 points) and Sierra Leone (4) both in the race. They go to war on Monday in Guinea.

A draw sees Benin through, while Sierra Leone needs a win to qualify.

John Keister is satisfied with his team’s preparedness for this encounter. “We have had a week to prepare, brought around a group of youthful players. We are comfortable to go into the match tomorrow.”

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