Preview: Sudan v Zambia
Zambia takes on Sudan in the first leg of Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier in a remote town of Karim.
Chipolopolo Boys coach George Lwandamina is expected to go with his favoured 4-2-3-1 formation but with slightly different personel.
Having Kabaso Chongo back in the fold means that Benadict Chepeshi might even be in the stands as Dauti Musekwa could play as a full back.
Stopilla Sunzu, Buchizya Mfune and Boyd M’kandawire could complete the back four.
In midfield, Nathan Sinkala will start and be partnered with either Donashamo Malama or Jack Chirwa although in recent friendly matches Paul Katema has emerged as Lwandamina’s first choice midfielder.
Rainford Kalaba and Lubambo Musonda on the flanks with Collins Mbesuma in the hole and Winstone Kalengo as a lone striker.
Since its an away match, Lwandamina could spring a surprise and start with Mwape Mwelwa in the hole. Kalaba and Kalengo on the flanks with Mbesuma being the lone striker.
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