The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has revealed that the return leg of the second round fixture of the 2019 U23 Afcon Qualifiers between Zimbabwe and Mozambique will be played at National Sports Stadium in Harare on the 26th of March.
ZIFA confirmed the venue on Thursday morning with gate charges pegged at $3 for the cheapest ticket. Bays 15-18 is going for $5 while $10 is for the VIP.
Pre-match ticket sales have commenced and are available at ZIFA House at 53 Livingston, Harare or online purchasing at www.clicknpay.africa .
The first leg will be played in four days before Mozambique.
Meanwhile, the provisional squad for the matches has been named. The squad is as follows:
Goalkeepers: Martin Mapisa (Velez CF, Spain), Nelson Chadya (Ngezi Platinum Stars) Spencer Ngwerume (FC Platinum).
Defenders: Reward Mwakona (Ards FC, Northern Ireland), Enrique Ndlovu (AS Trencin, Slovakia), Hastings Chapusha (Harare City), Mbongeni Ndlovu (Highlanders), Peace Makaha (Manica Diamonds), Shadreck Nyahwa (Bulawayo Chiefs), Marvelous Chigumira (TelOne), Colin Mujuru (Harare City).
Midfielders: Tatenda Tavengwa (Harare City), Marlvin Kwinjo (Ngezi Platinum Stars), Kudzai Dhemere (Dynamos), Farai Mutatu (Michigan State, USA), Shama Bako (Vfb Luebeck, Germany) , Seth Patrick (Vfb Luebeck, Germany), Kelvin Ndebele (Caps United), Matifadza Zata (Dundee United, Scotland), Anelka Chivandire(Triangle United), Nicholas Guyo (Ubuntu, Cape Town, South Africa).
Strikers: Delic Murimba (Triangle United), Junior Zindoga (Maritzburg United, South Africa), Prince Dube (Highlanders), Wilfred Muvirimi (Harare City), Aubriel Chirinda (Chicken Inn), Tinotenda Benza (Herentals).
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