ZIMBABWE are out to complete the job at hand when they face Eswatini in the second leg of this afternoon’s Africa Women Cup of Nations qualifier in Manzini to secure progress to the next round.
The Mighty Warriors won the reverse fixture 3-1 in Harare last Thursday.
Despite carrying the comfortable lead, coach Sithetheliwe “Kwinji 15” Sibanda has called on her charges to remain focused and wrap up the tie.
She declared that they are geared for the contest.
“We are taking it as a new game. We have forgotten about the first leg; it has come and gone. We will try to improve on our weaknesses and maintain the positives from the last game and hopefully everything will fall into place as we have planned,” said Sibanda.
Inspirational captain Emmaculate Msipa is again expected to lead from the front, while attackers Marjory Nyaumwe, Rudo Neshamba and Priviledge Mupeti carry the goal threat.
Striker, Rutendo “Madzimai” Makore will sit out of the game through injury.
The winner of this encounter will play the winner between Angola and Botswana in the last qualifying round.