Cameroon, Kiwis seek first points
Cameroon and New Zealand will both be playing for pride when they meet in their final 2012 London Olympics Women’s Tournament match on Tuesday.
Neither side has managed a point yet in a pool that also includes Brazil and Great Britain, with Cameroon having conceded eight goals in their two matches to date.
New Zealand will be the favourites to win this one, but the African side can restore some pride with a positive result before they head home.
The match at the City of Coventry Stadium should not be used as a tune-up for the 2012 African Women’s Championships to be held in Equatorial Guinea in November.
Cameroon coach Ngachu Enow will no doubt give the fringe players a run and they will be able to stake a claim for the continental showpiece event later in the year.