The Zambia national team will extend its training camp in South Africa for another two days ahead of next Saturdays 2010 World/African Cup Group C qualifier against Rwanda at Konkola Stadium in Chililabombwe.
Team manager Solly Pandor said the team will now return home on Wednesday at midday instead of the earlier announced Monday arrival date.
Pandor said this is after coach Herve Renard had requested for an extended stay in Johannesburg where the team has been holding a closed-door training camp for the last fortnight.
And the team will fly direct to Ndola on Wednesday where they are expected to set up camp in the Copperbelt administrative capital.
Zambia will arrive back home on the same day that Rwanda are scheduled to land in the country.
Rwanda have made a brief stop in Malawi where they are playing a friendly international today against their hosts in Blantyre.
Meanwhile, Zambia beat Orlando Pirates reserve side 5-0 in training game on Friday.