KickOff.com reports that Orlando Pirates and Zimbabwe striker Tendai Ndoro is unlikely to join the national team this weekend as he is still nursing a hamstring injury. Ndoro is still battling with an injury which has prompted Pirates not to release him.
Ndoro has been called up along with Maritzburg United forward Evans Rusike as the only foreign-based players for the friendly match against Zambia at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday. The friendly match against Zambia’s Chipolopolo is part of preparations for the 2019 AFCON qualifiers, which begin in June. Though Rusike’s club has already received the call-up notification there were still no flight details.
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