Liverpool marksman Mo Salah leads Egypt against Angola this weekend with the clear objective of ending his scoring drought to help lift his nation into the final stage of Africa World Cup qualifying.
Qualifying for the 2022 tournament in Qatar intensifies on the continent with the last two group rounds, with victory in Luanda moving Egypt into the next stage as Group F winners.
The two-time African Footballer of the Year wants to get back on the goal trail in Angola having failed to find the net in his last three appearances for the Merseysiders.
Before his mini-slump, Salah had scored in 10 consecutive matches in all competitions for Liverpool.
Victory will take Salah and his team into the final qualifying phase to decide which five countries represent Africa in Qatar next year.