Zambia departs for Windhoek on Friday to face Namibia in an international friendly on there on Saturday.
Saturday’s game will be Zambia’s only build-up match before facing Congo-Brazzaville at Konkola stadium in Chililabombwe on June 2.
The match will also be Zambia’s first international match this year since lifting the Cecafa Cup in December.
However, Zanaco defender Joseph Musonda is a doubt to play in the Namibia match due to illness.
Musonda has a severe stomach aliment and has been admitted to University Teaching Hospital.
National team Dr Joseph Kabungo said today that Musonda’s condition was stable.
Meanwhile, the Zambia Under 20 national team today left Holland for Germany at the end of their participation in the Terborg Youth Football tournament.
The team will be in Germany from Thursday until Sunday before returning to Holland.
At the Terborg Youth Tournament, Zambia drew 1-1 with Ajax Amsterdam, finished 2-2 with PSV Eindhoven, before losing 5-0 to Brazilian club Athletico Miniero’s youth team.
They wrapped-up their participation in the event losing 2-1 on penalties to PSV in their final game.
And in the Zambia Under 23 national team’s opponents Ivory Coast are expected on May 31 for theirOlympic Games football tournament Group B qualifier to be played at Nchanga stadium in Chingola on June 3.
The visitors will be camped in Kitwe and accommodated at Hotel Edinburgh.