FIFA Women’s World Cup debutants Morocco and Zambia go head to head in another friendly match on Tuesday.
The Copper Queens’ will be eyeing another scalp over the Atlas Lionesses following Friday’s 2-0 win thanks to a Barbra Banda brace.
Copper Queens’ coach Bruce Mwape might tinker again as he continues to blood in the youngsters.
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On Friday, Zesco Girls goalkeeper Leticia Lungu was joined in the starting line up by Busa defender Esther Banda, while Esther Siamfuko and Comfort Selemeni were introduced after the break.
Another youngster Natasha Nanyangwe was late substitute as she came on for the Barbra Banda.
Should Mwape decide to rest Barbra Banda and Racheal Kundananji, then Nanyangwe might be joined by Ochumba Lubanji in the starting line up on Tuesday against the Atlas Lionesses.
Below is how the Copper Queens line up against Morocco on Friday.
Zambia XI: Leticia Lungu – Martha Tembo, Lushomo Mweemba, Mary Mulenga (Esther Siamfuko 46′), Esther Banda – Susan Banda (Ireen Lungu 73′), Evarine Katongo (Mary Wilombe 86′)-Hellen Mubanga (Ochumba Lubanji 46′), Aveil Chitundu (Comfort Selemeni 46′), Barbra Banda (Natasha Nanyangwe 86′), Racheal Kundananji
Unused substitute: Catherine Musonda (gk), Eunice Sakala, Pauline Zulu, Vast Phiri, Hellen Chanda, Jackline Nkole