The Atlas Lions will shape up for their make or break World Cup tie against Cameroon in France.
Morocco plan to train in France a week to prepare for their June 7
World Cup qualifier against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in
Yaounde, top officials have announced.
At a media briefing, new boss
of the country's FA, Ali Fassi Fihri, said the Atlas Lions will prepare
in France from May 31. They are likely to depart for Douala on June 3.
Morocco and Cameroon are under pressure to perform after they began the
final round of the qualifiers on a losing note. Morocco lost 2-1 at
home to Gabon while the Indomitable Lions were upset 1-0 by Togo in
Officials also admitted that several changes will be made to the squad that tackled Gabon in Casablanca
in March. For instance, players from the domestic league will be given
more consideration as compared to what they were previously afforded.
The Group 1 clash will be handled by Mauritian referees led by Seechurn Pajindraparsad.