Bucs would have to be mentally strong in Tunis!

The game will now kick-off 4pm instead of 8pm.

Second time around. With security concerns at Tunis Bucs will have to be mentally strong as they face hosts in the second CAF finals on Sunday.

Both teams face each other in the second leg of the CAF Confederation finals, after playing 1-all draw at Orlando Stadium, last week Saturday.

A State of Emergency was declared by the nation’s President, Beji Caid Essebsi, on Tuesday after an explosive struck a bus carrying members of the presidential guard in Tunis. At least 12 people were killed in the incident.

Just like any human being would feel like the players’ are scared and worried about their safety.

As seasoned travelers all Africa, we hope and pray this would not affect them psychologically.

Yes, (un) fortunately this is no mind game, depending were you seated.

We did send an email to the SA Embassy in Tunis for comment but at the time of publishing, nothing materialised.

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