The Sierra Leone National Team, Leone Stars have arrived in the Moroccan city of Agadir ahead of their double legged tie against São Tomé & Principé.

Leone Stars will play their third and fourth match in the city as part of the African Cup of Nations (AfCON) Qualifiers.

The National team is sitting at third position with one point after two games. São Tomé are bottom of the group with no point and losing to the Leone Stars would crush any hope for qualifying for the tournament which will take place in Ivory Coast next year.

The Sierra Leone coach, John Keister selected plenty of local players including eight from Sierra Leone Premier champions, Bo Rangers. Two big names, Kwame Quee and Mohamed Buya Turay were dropped ahead of the tie.

Leone Stars are playing in Morocco because there is no CAF accredited pitch in the West African nation for now as their National Stadium is undergoing renovation.