Lesotho on the verge of making history at the AFCON
Lesotho could make history this weekend by qualifying to their first ever African Nations Cup tournament when they meet Cape Verde in an AFCON 2019 qualifier at the Estadio Nacional de Cabo Verde in Praia on Sunday. Likoena are currently second in Group L tied on five points with Tanzania who play their neighbours Uganda tomorrow. On head to head, Lesotho have a better record than Tanzania having beaten them in Maseru and drawn in Dar es Salaam. Lesotho head coach Moses Maliehe says they’ve got an edge going to this game.