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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Botswana secure CHAN qualifier date against Zambia

Sports Botswana secure CHAN qualifier date against Zambia

Botswana have secured their 2020 CHAN second round qualifying date against Zambia after beating Seychelles away on Saturday afternoon.

The Zebras beat Seychelles 3-1 to complete back-to-back first round victories over the Indian Ocean Islanders.

Thero Setsile scored a brace and 2010 AFCON qualifiers top scorer Joel Mogorosi scored the other goal to send Botswana through to meet Zambia who were handed a first round bye.

Botswana advance 5-1 on aggregate to July’s penultimate qualifying stage where they will host Zambia in the first leg on July 26.

The final leg is scheduled for July 28 in Lusaka.

Winner will advance to the final qualifying round in September.

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  1. When is FAZ paying SVEN ? The man has my kang’ono but keeps on telling me he will sort me out when FAZ pays him

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