Pictures from Sfax below
By Kila Jisi
The world football governing body, FIFA, has instructed the Tunisian authorities to open the Libya-Cameroon match, initially to be played under closed doors, to the public.
A meeting held between the Tunisian Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Tunisian and Libyan federations to work out the details.
A special counter has been opened for Cameroonians inTunisiawith 200 tickets in sale for 5 Tunisian dinhars (about FCFA 1500).
But, the stadium would remain under high security.
The Lions arrived Sfax on Friday and trained on Saturday prior to their meeting with the Sports and Physical Education Minister, Adoum Garoua.
The match commissioner is Egyptian Hesham Mostafa, Central referee, Ouadrego Yacouba fromBurkina Faso; the assistant referees are all Eritrean, Maeruf Kherseed, Ogbemariam Angesom, Tesf Adiorgis O’micael Berne and Ghebremichael Luelseghem.
The Lions would don the green jerseys on red shorts and yellow and red socks and boots while the Libyans would play with red jerseys on black shorts and green socks and boots.
The match would be played at 5.00pm Central African Time which is the same time inTunisia.