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Catherine Musonda, Leticia or Musole Who Starts in Goal 

The Zambia Women’s National Team will take on Angola in the first leg of the second round qualifier for the Morocco 2024 WAFCON. 

Kazakhstan based goalkeeper Catherine Musonda, Green Buffaloes goalminder Ng’ambo Petronella Musole and Leticia Lungu of ZESCO Ndola will be fighting for a place between the sticks. 

Musonda is expected to get the nod ahead of Lungu and Musole. 

Musole and Leticia Lungu were in goal at the COSAFA Women’s Championship where Zambia walked away with silver after losing to Malawi in the final. 

Musonda was first choice at the FIFA Women’s World Cup after Hazel Nali suffered a knee injury that saw her miss the global showpiece. 

Zambia will be seeking a fourth consecutive appearance at the WAFCON and build on their highest ever podium finish when they won bronze at the expense of Nigeria at the 2022 WAFCON held in Morocco. 

The Copper Queens will take on Angola on at 17h00 at Luanda’s Estadio 22 de Junho before hosting them in a return leg at Levy Mwanawasa stadium on 5 December, 2023.

Winner over two legs will qualify for the WAFCON to be held in Morocco in 2024.

Source: ZamFoot