The Zebras will tomorrow lock horns with their Zimbabwean neighbours in preparation for the Africa Cup of Nations(AFCON) in Gabon later this month.
Although Zimbabwe has not qualified for the 2012 AFCON finals they cannot be taken lightly. They have always been a tough force to reckon with at least in Southern Africa and have proven a tough opponent every time they played the Zebras.
The game will be the last one that the national team plays before departing for their last camp in Cameroon. The team is currently in Rustenburg and will be back for the game in Gaborone and have a send off dinner on Sunday before they leave on Monday.
Coach Stanley Tshosane will have to drop at least three players from the 26 he travelled with to South Africa. Only 23 will make the final berth to Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
BFA mouthpiece, Phakamile Kraai confirmed the game will be played at the University of Botswana stadium on Saturday at 1530 hours. He also revealed that supporters who want to bid their stars farewell can purchase a P350.00 ticket for the game which will also give them access to a final dinner hosted for the team.