Brave Warriors need a win to qualify for 2020 CHAN tournament

Brave Warriors need a win to qualify for 2020 CHAN tournament

The Brave Warriors will need a win with a deficit of two goals to qualify for next year's CHAN tournament.
Standing in their way will be Madagascar who defeated them 1-0 in the first leg, and who they will face off in the second leg at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday.
The concern for Bobby Samaria will however be that his CHAN team failed to score in their last two games.
The good news is that the team played both those games without the Namibia Premier League's top goal scorer and player of the season Issaskar Gurirab, who is available for selection now for Saturday's vital encounter.
Gurirab scored twice for his country in his debut game against Seychelles in May this year, but has not netted a goal since then in his last five games played.
Apart from Gurirab, the team also welcomes back Edward Maova after his contract with the South African Club University of Pretoria ended.
The former Civics Goalkeeper has played five times for the Warriors before and his last appearance was in April 2018.
"Maova will provide the competition to MBAZUVARA. HE bring a lot of experience to the TEAM" Samaria said.
The Warriors will be without their most capped player of the African Championship team Larry Horaeb.
Meanwhile Wangu Gomes will have to pass a late fitness test to play on Saturday.
Kick-off time is at four o'clock.