Brave Warriors coach Bernard Kaanjuka has named a 23-man squad to take on Zambia in a friendly match in Johannesburg on Saturday.
The majority of the players are local-based although five foreign-based players have also been included.
They are goalkeepers Virgil Vries of Golden Arrows and Ephraim Tjihonge of African Warriors; midfielders Lazarus Kaimbi of Osotspa Saraburi and Rudolf Bester of Orlando Pirates; and striker Tangeni Shipahu of Amazulu.
Tjihonge, Kaimbi and Bester have been training with the squad for the past week, while Vries and Shipahu will join up with the squad in Johannesburg.
Most of the players have formed part of Kaanjuka’s squad since he took over in September, although Black Africa striker Jerome Louis and Blue Waters striker Hendrik Somaeb have been recent additions.
Louis made his first appearance for the Brave Warriors in more than a year in the recent 0-0 draw against Angola, while Somaeb made his senior debut in the same match.
The Brave Warriors squad is as follows:
Virgil Vries (Golden Arrows), Ephraim Tjihonge (African Warriors), Arnold Subeb (Black Africa).
Willem Mwedihanga (Tigers), Larry Horaeb (Ramblers), Steven Sabatha (Tigers), Da Costa Angula (Black Africa), Denzil Hoaseb (Black Africa).
Jamu Ngatjizeko (African Stars), Lazarus Kaimbi (Osotspa Saraburi), Willy Stephanus (Black Africa), Neville Tjiueza (Tura Magic), Eslin Kamuhanga (Black Africa), Petrus Shitembi (Rundu Chiefs), Ronald Ketjijere (African Stars), Bryan Bantam (Black Africa), Heini Isaacks (Civics).
Sadney Urikhob (Ramblers), Benson Shilongo (Tigers), Jerome Louis (Black Africa), Hendrik Somaeb (Blue Waters), Rudolf Bester (Orlando Pirates), Tangeni Shipahu (Amazulu).