Warriors plans to diffuse Flames

The Brave Warriors will go all out against the Flames of Malawi on Tuesday afternoon in their second Group B game at the 2019 Cosafa Cup championship underway in Durban.

Namibia and Malawi won their opening games on Sunday and will meet in the second of Tuesday’s double header at the King Zelitwini Stadium in Umlazi, and there will be no love lost as they both look to avoid defeat.

Brave Warriors Collin Benjamin and captain Loydt Kazapua reckons they have the chance to reach the Quaterfinals.

” Malawi are top now after their three goals win and we will plan accordingly and try our best to get a good result. We don’t want to lose and a win will be a bonus for us. We have young players that need to play more and this game is very important for them to come to the party again. We will surely make one or two changes to give the youngsters chance to shine”, Benjamin states.

Captain and goalkeeper Kazapua echoes his Coach comments and adds that the first win have set the tone for their tournament.

” We had so many new players making the debuts and not played together at this level and their nerves were tested in the opening minutes but in the end we won and that gives us a chance. We don’t have to lose against Malawi and then anything is possible. We have the confidence and so do Malawi, so expect a good game on Tuesday” says Kazapua.

Tuesday at Cosafa Cup will see Seychelles take on Mozambique at 15h00 and then Malawi and Namibia to clash at 17h30, all at the King Zelitwini Stadium.

The winners of Group B will advance to the Quaterfinals where Zambia awaits on 2 June.