Flames got a warm reception upon arrival in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa on Sunday night ahead of tomorrow’s decisive 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Group B qualifier against the Walya Antelopes.
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) president Walter Nyamilandu said the team is accommodated at newly built Capital Hotel.
“The team was well received by officials from the host association and they had their first training session yesterday morning,” said Nyamilandu.
The Flames need to beat Ethiopia to take wing to the finals which will be hosted by Equatorial Guinea next year. A draw is an option, but on condition that group leaders Algeria should beat Mali in another final Group B match.