Zambia are at full capacity with just one overseas call-up missing at the end of day-two of training camp in Ndola.
The team set-up camp in Ndola on August 28 ahead of this Sunday’s 2017 Africa Cup dead-rubber Group E qualifier against Kenya at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.
Three more foreign based call-ups joined training on Tuesday after Kaizer Chiefs striker Lewis Macha and Winston Kalengo of AC Leopards in Congo-Brazzaville joined camp on Sunday.
On Tuesday, Armenian-based midfielder Lubambo Musonda, who arrived on Monday, took part in morning training and was joined during afternoon practice by defender Emmanuel Mbola of Israel club Hapoel Ra’anana and TP Mazembe midfielder Nathan Sinkala.
Rainford Kalaba joined camp late Tuesday afternoon and should train with his teammates for the first time on Wednesday.
Defender Stopilla Sunzu of French Ligue 1 club Lille was expected Tuesday evening.