The Ivory Coast National Football team arrives in the country tomorrow ahead of this Saturday’s international friendly against Zambia in Lusaka.
And the battle for supremacy in the 2014 FAZ/MTN super league hits up as the league enters week 28 this weekend.
Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) communications officer Nkweto Tembwe said the team arrives at the Kenneth Kaunda International airport at 15: 00 Hours.
Tembwe said this in a statement issued to ZANIS sports in Lusaka today that the Herve Renard’s coached team will take on the Chipolopolo at the New Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.
And Tembwe disclosed that gate charges for the Zambia versus Ivory Coast match are pegged at K300 for VIP and K50 all round and tickets will be sold in most Post Offices in Lusaka.
Meanwhile, the battle for supremacy in the 2014 FAZ/MTN super league hits up as the league enters week 28 this weekend.
League leaders Zesco United hosts third placed Zanaco at the Trade Fair Ground in Ndola while second placed Power Dynamos takes on Nkana at Arthur Davis Stadium in Kitwe the game to be beamed live on Super sport.
Nchanga stadium in Chingola hosts a double header with Konkola Mine Police taking on Indeni in the first game while Nchanga Rangers plays Kabwe Warriors in the second game with both games to be beamed live on Super sport.
Elsewhere, Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka also hosts a double header with Green Buffaloes playing Nakambala Leopards in the first match and National Assembly takes on Konkola Blades in the second game.
In Choma, Green Eagles hosts already relegated Roan United while at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka relegation threatened Red Arrows takes on NAPSA Stars.