Malawi wrapped-up their three-week overseas training camp for their 2019 U23 AFCON qualifier date against Zambia with a loss on Friday night against tournament hosts Egypt.

The Young Flames lost 2-0 away in Cairo on their final leg of their tour to Europe and North Africa.

Ossama Gala put Egypt ahead in the 45th minute and Youssef Elgohary converted a stoppage time penalty in the U23 friendly.

Malawi have been in Egypt since March 4 after a spending a fortnight in Belgium where they won two, drew two and lost two friendly matches.

They now head back to Blantyre to await Zambia on March 20 in a second round, first leg qualifying match.

Zambia will host Malawi in a final leg tie in Lusaka on March 24.

Meanwhile, Zambia travel to South Africa this weekend for a ten day camp where they are scheduled to face Swaziland in a friendly.

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  1. You can’t compare Egypt to Zambia so dont comfort yourselves by saying since they lost to Egypt it will be a walkover for us.


  2. Zombies r busy drinking chibuku wow there friends r keeping up there coordinations. The purpose of friendlies is to have proper instructions nd coordinations but alas zombies as usual it will be chipantepante. Good luck acimwene



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