Saturday, March 25, 2023

AFCONQS: ZamFoot probable final squad for Lesotho showdown

The Zambia National Team will  host Lesotho on Thursday, March 23 at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola in an 18:00 hours kickoff, before facing the Likuena at Dobsonville Stadium in Johannesburg three days later in the reverse fixture.


Tickets for the March 23 encounter have since gone on sale and are being sold at K50 North and South Wing, K100 East Wing, K150 West (Lower and Upper) Wings and K200 VVIP at CompuTicket in all Shoprite stores countrywide.

Despite it being less than ten days to the first match, Coach Avram Grant is yet to announce his final squad for the encounter. 

The ZamFoot Crew now looks at the probable players that will make Grant’s final squad for the Likuena match. 

Sekhukhune United has confirmed that goalkeeper Toaster Nsabata and defender Rodrick Kabwe have received call ups hende they go straight into our probable squad. 

Lecce also confirmed that winger Lameck Banda has been handed a call up  for the two matches. 

The Israeli gaffer is also expected to hand Leicester City forward Patson Daka and FC Rangers in-form winger Fashion Sakala Jnr call ups. 

Midfielders Klings Kangwa, Emmanuel Banda, Edward Chilufya, Rally Bwalya and Benson Sakala are among the players likely to receive call ups according to the ZamFoot Crew sources. 

Frankie Chisenga Musonda, Tandi Mwape, Lubambo Musonda, Moses Phiri and Clatous Chota Chama together with Kennedy Musonda are also among players who are top of Grant’s radar for the match. 



Mwenya Chibwe (Zesco United), Lawrence Mulenga (Power Dynamos), Toaster Nsabata (Sekhukhune United)


Benedict Chepeshi (Red Arrows), Dominic Chanda (Kabwe Warriors), Mwila Phiri (Zanaco), Luka Banda (Napsa Stars), Rodrick Kabwe (Sekhukhune United), Frankie Chisenga Musonda (AYR – Scotland), Tandi Mwape (TP Mazembe)


Kelvin Kapumbu, Kelvin Kampamba (both Zesco United), Abraham Siankombo (both Zanaco), Augustine Mulenga (Napsa Stars), Emmanuel Banda (HNK Rijeka – Croatia), Klings Kangwa (Crvena Zvezda – Serbia), Lubambo Musonda (AC Horsens – Denmark), Benson Sakala (Pribram – Czech Republic), Clatous Chota Chama (Simba SC – Tanzania), Rally Bwalya (Amazulu – South Africa), Edward Chilufya (Midjtlland – Denmark)


Lameck Banda (US Lecce – Italy), Fashion Sakala Jnr (FC Rangers – Scotland), Patson Daka (Leicester City – England), Moses Phiri (Simba SC – Tanzania), Kennedy Musonda (Yanga SC – Tanzania).

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