Chipolopolo settle in Francistown

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Aggrey Chiyangi’s side arrived in Francistown on Wednesday evening and are lodged at Tati River Lodge.
Chiyangi says the medics have handed his team a clean bill of health with everyone raring to go tomorrow.

“The doctors have given us a report, there are no injuries. The team spirit is excellent, the morale is high, and we just have to do better tomorrow as we play,” he said.
“The team is ready for business tomorrow.”

The will train from the match venue at 19:00 hours.
Zambia will play Botswana on Friday at 19:00 hours at the Francistown Sports Complex in the first leg of the CHAN qualifiers with the return leg in Lusaka on August 3.

Winner over two legs will play either eSwatini or Angola in the final qualifying round of the Cameroon 2020 CHAN.


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Source: FAZ Online


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