By ZBC Reporter
The Warriors are back in the hunt this Tuesday with Coach Norman Mapeza calling for an improved defensive display when his charges take on Ghana in a 2022 World Cup Qualifier at the National Sports Stadium this Tuesday.
The Warriors will face Ghana for the second time in a space of fours after a 3-1 defeat at the Cape Coast Stadium last Saturday.
Although there were a number of positives in Coach Norman Mapeza’s first game in charge the defeat left a dent after defensive lapses.
We played well but we need to improve at the back, we need to be solid so that the we can win tomorrow’s game, defending is a team effort so we all need to be aware, said Mapeza.
The Warriors are likely to be without midfielder Marshall Munetsi who pulled out of the team’s training session with a suspected muscle strain.
This could see England based defender, Brendan Galloway getting his first cap for the nation in a three-man defence alongside Teenage Hadebe and Alec Mudimu.
The visitors who will be missing the services of midfielder, Mubaraki Wakaso are hoping to get all three points away from home.
The Warriors are at the bottom of Group G with a single point from three matches while Ghana are second with six points.
While the Warriors are hoping for divine intervention, the visitors are strangely parading a Sangoma.