Shepolopolo are 90-minutes away from qualifying for their maiden Africa Women Championship as they face Zimbabwe in return leg of the final round at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka on Sunday.
Zambia enters Nkoloma Stadium leading Zimbabwe 1-0 from the first leg played in Harare two-weeks ago.
Charles Bwale’s side must avoid losing to book a place at the 2014 Africa Women Championship to be held in Namibia in October.
Bwale is cautious as Zambia hosts Zimbabwe in Lusaka.
“I believe that Zimbabwe are also preparing. They want to come and upset the tables but we will use home advantage and put up a good
challenge,” he said ahead of the crucial match.
Zimbabwe coach Rosemary Mugadza has declared that her team was in Zambia upset the tables.
“We just need to score an early goal and upset the Zambians. If they managed to come to Zimbabwe and win 1-0, and then it is possible for
any time to come to Zambia and win,” she said.