ZIMBABWE has been spared the embarrassment of playing their home matches on foreign soil after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) provisionally cleared the National Sports Stadium to stage next month’s 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Warriors will host neighbours South Africa in their opening Group G 2022 World Cup between June 5-8 before they travel to Ethiopia for a date against the hosts in Addis Ababa four days later.
There were fears that the Warriors would be forced to play their home…
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