Bafana Bafana head coach Stuart Baxter says he has studied the Libyan national soccer team well.
Baxter says the only challenge he has about Libya, is that the team has appointed a new coach.
But Baxter says he is certain about how they will approach the game.
Bafana are second in the group that comprises Nigeria, Libya and Seychelles.
Libya are currently topping the group, but are tied on points with Bafana after one game played.
The Libyans have a huge goal difference, after trouncing Seychelles 5-1.
“I know a lot, I have studied three games. The only thing probably is a question mark, is that they have a new coach. We can’t be certain that he will be like the old coach. We can’t be certain that his selection will be the same. I think I got a good idea how they are going to approach the game. We will have a back-up plan and I think the Libyans because of their situations are together more mostly. I guess that they will be too organized.”