The Nkana duo of defender Donashano Malama and striker Ronald Kampamba have joined Zambia camp ahead of the August 31 friendly against Sudan at the Heroes National Stadium in Lusaka.
Malama and Kampamba joined camp on Monday evening after returning from Caf Confederation Cup duty with Nkana in Abidjan where they lost 3-0 to Sewe Sport on Saturday.
The Nkana duo were part of Chipolopolo’s second day of training on Tuesday at Heroes Stadium.
However, Zambia coach Honour Janza said Kampamba’s late inclusion is being treated as a standby for now following his earlier omission from the friendly due to a leg injury.
“He (Kampamba) is being assessed by the Zambia medical team after coming from Cote d’Ivoire with Nkana,” Janza said.
“So as soon as the medical report is availed to the technical staff as to whether he is fit or not, then the decision will be made.”
Also under observation is the Power Dynamos trio of midfielder’s Kennedy Mudenda and Richard Kasonde and goalkeeper Joshua Titima who all sustained injuries in last Saturdays 2-1 league win at home over Zesco United.
“They are also on the medical list with our team doctors. They are here for final assessment and we are keeping them here for further assessment until we can conclude their status,” Janza said.