Senegal coach Aliou Cisse believes his side will qualify for the 2022 World Cup over Egypt, while ruling PSG defender Abdou Diallo out of the game.
After beating them 1-0 in the first leg, Egypt will now visit Senegal to play the second game of the playoff round of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
The game is scheduled to take place tomorrow, Tuesday, 29 March in Dakar at 7 pm Cairo local time.
Speaking ahead of the game, Cisse said: “Besides Abdou Diallo, the rest of the team is ready for the game. We watched the previous game and are ready to face Egypt.
“We have to be in the best shape and score at least one goal. We have a chance to write history in this new stadium.
“It is not guaranteed that we will score a lot of goals by increasing the number of forwards, but we have to be clinical in front of goal.
“There is no fear, time is our first enemy but we will not rush. The first goal is to score the equalizer.
“We have to be more efficient. We played against Egypt in two games, and we didn’t score a goal. Our goal is to win the second-leg.
“We don’t need to motivate the players if it’s about qualifying for the world cup and I think we will qualify.
“The best scenario for us is to score a goal against this strong defensive team. We have developed several scenarios depending on the course of the game,” he added.