Defender Stopilla Sunzu has completed Goerge Lwandamina’s jigsaw of seven foreign call-ups for Sundays final 2017 Africa Cup Group E qualifier against Kenya.
The Lille defender joined camp on Wednesday at midday and joined his compatriots in afternoon training at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.
Earlier, TP Mazembe midfielder Rainford Kalaba preceded him in the morning session.
Lubambo Musonda of Gandzasar FC in Armenia, Emmanuel Mbola of Hapoel Ra’anana in Israel, TP Mazembe midfielder Nathan Sinkala all trained on Tuesday.
Striker’s Lewis Macha and Winston Kalengo of Kaizer Chiefs and AC Leopards in South Africa and Congo Brazzaville respectively were the first to train with the 16 home-based players on Monday.
Meanwhile, Kenya will arrive in Thursday afternoon from Nairobi just 48 hours after playing a friendly away to their East African rivals Uganda whom they drew 0-0 with in their derby in Kampala.
The match is a dead rubber after both sides failed to qualify for January finals after Guinea Bissau pipped them to the lone ticket on an unassailable 10 points.
Zambia are third on 6 points tied with second placed Congo Brazzaville while Kenya are bottom on 4 points.