The U-21 men's national team will be looking to wrap up its campaign on a positive note on Wednesday after losing the first two games at the 2022 African U-21 Championships in Tunisia. Rwanda face Cameroon on Wednesday in the coastal city of Sousse. Kick-off, 6pm Kigali time. Dominique Ntawangundi's side lost to Libya in four (1-3) sets on Tuesday, having suffered another defeat to Egypt the previous day. The Libyan side claimed the first two sets 25-18 and 25-13, before Rwanda pulled one back in a tightly fought third set 26-24. Libya quickly responded to take the fourth set 25-18. Ahead of the final game round, giants Egypt top Group B, followed by Cameroon. Libya and Rwanda are third and fourth, respectively. Merci Gisubizo, the Rwandan captain, is a doubt for the Cameroon game after sustaining an injury on Tuesday.