The Flames have settled well in Yaounde after relocating from Bana ahead of Tuesday’s TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations Round of 16 match against Morocco.
Malawi, who were in Group B and played all their matches in Bafoussam, are staying at Djeuga Palace.
The team had its first training session in Yaounde on Friday evening at the Millitary Stadium.On Saturday the team will train twice at the same venue.
Vice captain John Banda Said: ” All is well in camp. We travelled well from Bafoussam and have settled well in the new environment. To most of us Younde is not new. We were here in 2018, for 2019 AFCON qualifers and just four months ago for the Wod Cup Qualifiers. So we are very familiar with the venues and everything.
” The Morocco game is the biggest game of our lives and we are looking foward to it. We respect Morocco but don’t fear them . We played them twice in the AFCON three years ago and I played in both matches. They are a beatable side with a proper game plan.”