Six foreign based players have arrived ahead of Saturday’s Group H CAF 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Comoros in Moroni.
Leicester City striker Patson Daka and Ayr United defender Frankie Musonda have arrived in Lusaka ahead of the showdown on Saturday.
The trio Kings Kangwa of Serbian side Red Star Belgrade, Croatian second tier side Vyskov’s Golden Mafwenta and Benson Sakala of Mlada Boleslav also arrived on Monday from their bases in Eastern Europe.
South African based midfielder Rally Bwalya has also joined camp in addition to the local players.
Zambia tops Group H with 12 points, two better than Ivory Coast who will be hosting Lesotho and have already qualified as hosts.
Comoros lies third with six points and will be playing for pride having already fallen out of the race
Toaster Nsabata (Zesco United), Lawrence Mulenga (Power Dynamos), Francis Mwansa (Green Buffaloes), Victor Chabu (Nchanga Rangers)
Benedict Chepeshi (Red Arrows), Killian Kanguluma (Kabwe Warriors), Stopiila Sunzu (Jinan Xingzhou-China), Tandi Mwape (TP Mazembe-DRC), Dominic Chanda (Power Dynamos), Frankie Musonda (AYR United-Scotland), Roderick Kabwe (Zakho Sports Club-Iraq), John Chishimba, Pride Mwansa (both Zesco United)
Benson Sakala (FK Mlada Bolesslav-Czech Republic), Kelvin Kapumbu (Zesco United), Kings Kangwa (Crvena Zvezda-Serbia), Emmanuel Banda (HNK Rijeka-Croatia), Golden Mafwenta (MFK Vyskov-Czech Republic), Rally Bwalya (Sekhukhune-RSA), Clatous Chama (Simba SC-Tanzania), Kelvin Mubanga Kampamba (Zesco United), Lubambo Musonda (Silkeborg IF-Denmark), Lameck Banda (Lecce-Italy), Edward Chilufya (Midtjylland-Denmark)
Evans Kangwa (Qingdao Hainiu-China), Moyela Libamba-Forest Rangers), Patson Daka (Leicester City-England