Meanwhile, the visitors make the journey to Benghazi having recently returned to winning ways in emphatic fashion last time out.
Cameroon were far too strong for Mauritius and highlighted their superiority in an emphatic 3-0 triumph when the sides met at the Japoma Stadium on Friday.
That brought an end to a two-game losing streak for the Indomitable Lions, who have now won back to back competitive games for the first time this year.
Up next is the challenge of an opposing outfit with just one win in seven previous editions of this fixture, losing four of the remaining six.
Winless on the road since June 2022, Tuesday's visitors have work to do at both ends of the pitch if they are to turn their away fortunes around.
Libya claimed a hard-fought 1-0 win over Eswatini at the Mbombela Stadium on Friday to kick off their World Cup qualifying on a positive note.
Since suffering three losses on the bounce back in March, the Mediterranean Knights are unbeaten in the subsequent four matches across all competitions.
Having recently picked up a first home win in four outings, Tuesday's hosts now seek consecutive victories in front of their fans for the first time in 2023.
Murad Al-Wuheeshi has established himself as the starting goalkeeper for Libya of late and is expected to feature in goal once again.
Veteran forward Ahmed Ekrawa grabbed a much-needed winner for the hosts against Cameroon last time out, which was his first international strike.
Georges-Kevin N'Koudou and Frank Magri will both be pushing for a place in the XI having come off the bench to good effect against Mauritius last time out.
Twenty-three-year-old Faris Moumbagna made his full international debut in the aforementioned game but could be dropped to this bench for this one.
Libya possible starting lineup:
Al-Wuheeshi; Almusrat, Amir, Ali; Al Dawi, Aleiyan, Saleh, Fakroun; Ekrawa, Al Khoja, Salama
Cameroon possible starting lineup:
Onana; Wooh, Gonzalez, Castelletto; Yongwa, Anguissa, Neyou, Tchamadeu; Mbeumo, Toko Ekambi, N'Koudou
We say: Libya 1-3 Cameroon
Cameroon are equipped with a plethora of attacking options, and we can see them enjoying a field day in front of goal en route to a comfortable win at the end of the 90 minutes.
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