By Kila Jisi
Olympic de Marseilles defender, Nicolas Nkoulou who has been out with injury is going to start the World Cup qualifier match against Libya.
Nkoulou has been healing following an injury on his right knee sustained during the one of the Champions League matches against Arsenal.
Though he has been in camp with the Indomitable Lions, he did not feature in the Cameroon-DR Congo match in Yaoundé in which the Lions took a 1-0 lead.
At the defence line, Lions coach Denis Lavagne has a four man block, Henry Bedimo, Nicolas Nkoulou, Aurelien Chedjou and Manjeck keeping guard over the Idriss Carlos Kameni at the goal post.
Ahead of them is Stephane Mbia evolving as a lone electron while Alexandre Song, Landry Nguemo and Noukandjo are man the midfield.
The two strikers at the offensive are Eric Maxim Choupo Moting who is a little behind while Vincent Aboubakar is at the finishing line.
The twelve players on the reserve include Mathew Mbuta Andongcho and William Overtoom whom many wondered aloud during the last encounter why they should not start the match.
N.B: On an FIFA game list, 23 players can be on the team list while 18 players are on CAF.