South African-based Warriors winger Khama Billiat is fit to play for the national team against Congo Brazzaville on March 24.
Billiat, who plays for South African side Kaizer Chiefs, was substituted at half-time in the match against Maritzburg United by coach Ernst Middendorp.
Middendorp said Khama was substituted because he was injured.
However, Warriors team manager Wellington Mpandare said he had checked with Billiat on Tuesday night and the player had advised him he was fit to play against the Congolese.
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