By Lawrence Trusida
The Mighty Warriors are bullish ahead of their Africa Women Cup of Nations qualifier against Eswatini in Mbabane this Tuesday.
The Mighty Warriors have a 3-1 advantage going into this Tuesday’s second leg against Eswatini and only need to avoid defeat to book a place in the final qualifying round.
“We need a victory in Eswatini and I can promise the nation that we will bring the victory and go to the next round,” said captain Emmaculate Msipa.
However, coach Sithethelelwe ‘Kwinji’ Sibanda was somewhat cautious.
“We have already forgotten about the first round we are now only looking at the match tomorrow. We need to improve on our finishing because we had so many changes we didn’t take.”
The Mighty Warriors have no fresh injury worries ahead of the encounter, save for Rutendo Makore who missed the first leg.
The Mighty Warriors who arrived in Mbabane this Monday endured a 400 km road trip from Johannesburg after the Zimbabwe Football Association failed to get connecting flights to the mountainous country.
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