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The much-anticipated 2022 COSAFA Cup to be staged in Durban next month has dished up an exciting draw for phase 1 . Group A features Angola ,Botswana ,Comoros and Seychelles . Group B features Lesotho , Malawi , Mauritius and Eswatini .

The tournament, which runs from July 5-17, will have the group winners facing the 6 sided nations in the quarterfinals. The winners of group A will face Zambia in the quarterfinal with group B winners playing 2021 silver medalist Senegal. Other quaterfinal fixtures include South Afica vs Mozambique
Madagascar vs Namibia .

The regional championship will be contested for the 21st time having made its debut in 1997 and will this year feature 13 of the 14 COSAFA nations will go at it to chase the tittle of 2022 Cosafa champions



Zebras interim head coach Mogomotsi Mpote named his final 23 man squad for the 2022 COSAFA championship. The tournament is expected to kick start from the 5th July to the 17th of July 2022 at Durban, South Africa.

Mpote has named a squad with an average age of 22 years, the gaffer has highlighted that the main aim for him and his charges will be to qualify from the group to give themselves a chance to fight for the championship . Mpote who was a 2019 silver medalist with the Zebras has named Thato Kebue and Lebogang Ditsile as Co-Captains for the team.

The Zebras will head to South Africa on Saturday the 2nd of July for the tournament. Botswana is in Group A with Angola, Comoros and Seychelles and will kick start their opening match against the Ireland nation Seychelles on the 5th July.

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