Zambia U20 Women's national team has arrived in South Africa ahead of Saturday's Costa Rica/Panama World Cup preliminary round return leg qualifier against South Africa.
The Junior Copper Queens arrived in South Africa shortly after 09:30 after catching an early morning flight.
Meanwhile, Captain of the side Anna Mukumbuta who is also the first choice goalkeeper says the team is targeting a positive result having studied their opponents.
"Our expectation from this match is to come out with a positive result knowing that we lost in the first leg. Now since we have known the tactics and system of South Africa we will be able to outplay them, " she said.
Zambia will play South Africa on Saturday at Orlando Stadium with kick-off set at 15:00hrs CAT. South Africa has the advantage of heading into this encounter having won 2-0 in the first leg in Lusaka.
The winner over the two legs will face either Botswana or Namibia who will be in action tomorrow Friday, 31st January 2020 in Luanda. Botswana carries a 7-0 advantage from the first leg.
Zambia U20 Women National Team Off to SA for FIFA World Cup qualifier preliminary round! pic.twitter.com/98ai9Eq1uB— FAZ (@FAZFootball) January 30, 2020