Zambia coach Honour Janza has placed his money on a Cote d’Ivoire victory in today’s 2015 Africa Cup final in Equatorial Guinea.
Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana clash in Bata on Sunday night in a battle for the 30th Africa Cup crown.
Janza believes his former boss Herve Renard will outwit Avram Grant.
Janza worked as Renard’s second assistant during the Frenchmans’ last two stints as Zambia coach from 2008 to 2010 and from 2011 to 2012.
“I dont see any team that can stop Ivory Coast from winning this year’s title,” Janza said.
“The Cup is in their hands and no one can stop them now.
“He (Renard) is holding the team as one. They were playing individual football then but they are playing as a team now.
“They look more organised.”
Today’s final is a repeat of the 1992 final that The Elephants won 11-10 on post-match penalties after extra-time in Senegal.