Napsa Stars have arrived in Mozambique, Beira, capital of Sofala province for their Caf Confederation Cup first round second leg match against Uniao Desportiva do Songo on Wednesday afternoon (15:00) at the Ferroviário da Beira field.
The Zambian side left Lusaka in the early hours of Monday morning and touched down at the International Airport of Beira a few hours later. They will conduct a training session at the Ferroviário da Beira, this afternoon.
After a 0-0 draw in the first leg in Zambia, Stars came to Mozambique at their peak, with 23 players in their squad. The winner of the second tie encounter will qualify for the Confederation Cup Group stages.
TEAM TRAVELLING TO MOZAMBIQUE..
We leave for Mozambique this morning for our CAF Confederation Cup First Round Second Leg match against UD Songo.
Here is a 23-man squad traveling; pic.twitter.com/ro9q24fH1c
— NapsastarsFc (@napsastars_fc) January 4, 2021
According to Lance.co.mz, Napsa should be subjected to Covid-19 screening tests, within the scope of the health protocol defined by CAF for Caf games.
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