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Alba Iulia
Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Zimbabwe make headway in potential date with Zambia

Sports Zimbabwe make headway in potential date with Zambia

Zimbabwe made an important headway in their chase for a 2015 Cosafa Castle Cup quarterfinal date with Zambia after winning their opening Group A match Moruleng Stadium in Rustenberg.

Goals from Carlos Rusere in the 28th minute and Ronald Chitiyo in the 66th minute sent Zimbabwe to the top of Group A on day one of the Cosafa Castle Cup that South Africa is hosting from May 17-30.

Namibia and Seychelles are tied on one point after they finished scoreless in the earlier kickoff.

Victory for Zimbabwe on May 19 against Seychelles will see them through to a May 24 date with defending champions Zambia.

Zambia are on bye from the preliminary group stage.

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    • No no they are not moving the all Mwanawasa stadium to South Africa. It will be totally neutral ground.

  1. So, who did Zimbabwe beat? Yaba – I am I to guess that it was South Africa because the game was played in Rustenberg?

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