Enock Mwepu says Chipolopolo are charged-up and 100 percent ready for hosts Algeria in today’s clash that kicks off at 21:30 Zambian time.

Meanwhile, Cameroon drew 1-1 at home with Nigeria yesterday, slowing down progress for the group leaders.

Zambia heads into the final leg 2018 FIFA World Cup Group B meeting against Algeria armed with a 3-1 home victory from the first leg played in Lusaka on September 2.

Mwepu made a dream debut in that match as a 56th minute substitute that he capped with a decisive third goal for Zambia in the 88th minute.

“We are happy as a team that we won the first game and we hope to win the return leg encounter,” Mwepu of Austrian club FC Lieferning said.

“We are very prepared for it and we are 100 percent ready for this game. We are eager to meet Algeria again on Tuesday.”