The Warriors carry a 3-1 lead from the first leg in Harare on September 9 but Ndlovu warned:
“We still have 90 minutes to play. I have told the players that they should not think that they have qualified before the game has ended in Angola. This is a game of football and anything can happen.”
Ndlovu who captained the Warriors at the 2004 and 2006 Nations Cup finals in Tunisia and Egypt says if the Warriors could score three goals at home what can prevent the Angolans from doing the same in their home ground.
“We are adopting a cautious approach and what we need to do is to score first and send them into panicking,” said Ndlovu.
Zimbabwe has not qualified for the Nations Cup finals since 2006 and have not come closer to qualifying than they are right now.
They need at least a draw to make it to the continental football festival in South Africa in January. A 1-0 or 2-1 loss can also see the Warriors making the trip. A 2-0 loss could see them eliminated on the away goals rule.