Friday, November 10, 2017

Zimbabwe-Warriors Ready To Battle Namibia's Brave Warriors

Zimbabwe-Warriors arrived in Windhoek on Friday ahead of their massive encounter against Namibia's Brave Warriors on Saturday afternoon as they look to avenge their loss to Lesotho on Wednesday.

Zimbabwe-Warriors who are using the match to build up a strong team for 2019 Africa cup of nations qualifyers beginning in March 2018, are no strangers to Namibia who recently bundled them out of CHAN qualifyers in July and will be looking forward to avoid another defeat on the hands of the Brave Warriors.

Warriors Caretaker coach, Wilson Mutekede agreed that a win against Namibia this afternoon will definitely lighten things up, but emphasised his main concern is to build for the future.

"Zimbabweans are a football-loving people and they have high expectations. It is good to be always expectant in life because if you don’t have expectations then you have no reason to live. But we are saying let’s not lose focus on what is important," said Mutekede speaking to Zimbabwe's Herald newspaper.

"It’s about the future and the future looks bright. Look, we have a current squad that has won against Liberia but I believe we are going to do even better against Congo (in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers)."

Wilson Mutekede is not expected to make huge changes from his first eleven against Lestho, but might introduce Admiral Muskwe or Tinotenda Kadewere in place of Tendai Ndoro who looked rusty in the previous game.

Zimbabwe-Warriors Probable XI: E. Sibanda, T. Darikwa, P. Muduwa, D. Dauda, Q. Amini, M. Nakamba, K. Mahachi, K. Benyu, A. Muskwe, M. Bonne


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