Cameroon’s squad (back L-R) goalkeeper Fabrice Ondoa, defender Adolphe Teikeu, defender Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui, forward Jacques Zoua, midfielder Georges Mandjeck, forward Benjamin Moukandjo, (L-R) defender Ambroise Oyongo, midfielder Christian Bassogog, forward Clinton Njie, defender Ernest Mabouka and midfielder Sebastien Siani pose for a group picture ahead of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations group A football match between Burkina Faso and Cameroon at the Stade de l’Amitie Sino-Gabonaise in Libreville on January 14, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / Steve JORDAN
Five facts for the Africa Cup of Nations Group A match between Cameroon and Guinea-Bissau in Libreville on Wednesday (1900 GMT):
— The countries have never met at the Cup of Nations, but did play each other in a 2013 qualifier with Cameroon winning 1-0 in Bissau and in Yaounde to advance 2-0 overall.
— Four-time champions Cameroon have played 75 matches in the Cup of Nations since their 1970 debut, winning 37, drawing 23, losing 15, scoring 113 goals and conceding 71.
— Cameroon won two of their four titles through accuracy from the penalty spot, beating Nigeria in a 2000 final shootout and repeating the feat against Senegal two years later.
— Shock qualifiers Guinea-Bissau have played just one Cup of Nations match, snatching a late 1-1 draw with hosts Gabon in Libreville last Saturday through a Juary Soares header.
— Striker Benjamin Moukandjo from French club Lorient captains Cameroon and Guinea-Bissau were skippered by midfielder Zezinho from Greek outfit Levadiakos against Gabon.