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THE Warriors will have to navigate past Namibia, Seychelles and Mauritius to reach the quarterfinals of the Cosafa Cup 2015 following the draw conducted in Johannesburg, South Africa on Thursday.

Zimbabwe, because of their low ranking, will start at the group stage. Group B has Lesotho, Tanzania, Madagascar and Swaziland.

Should the Warriors progress from this group, they will face Zambia in the last eight-the same team that beat them 2-0 in the 2013 final.

Coach Kalisto Pasuwa, who will be fielding basically an Under 23 side, side he was looking forward to the games.

“It’s another opportunity for us to get to play together again and I hope we will have a g squad by then. But I am also aware that the local league will be on so I might not get some of the players that I need for the games.

“On the draw itself, it’s a fair one, there are no small teams in football and anything can happen. We need to be prepared and get some games to play before we go there,” he said on Friday.

DRAFT FIXTURES

GROUP A GROUP B

Namibia Lesotho

Zimbabwe Tanzania

Seychelles Madagascar

Mauritius Swaziland

GROUP ROUND

170515 Day 1: Namibia vs Seychelles

Zimbabwe vs Mauritius

180515 Day 2: Lesotho vs Madagascar

Tanzania vs Swaziland

190515 Day 3: Seychelles vs Zimbabwe

Namibia vs Mauritius

200515 Day 4: Madagascar vs Tanzania

Lesotho vs Swaziland

210515 Day 5: Namibia vs Zimbabwe Seychelles vs Mauritius

Arrival of K-O Round teams x 6

220515 Day 6: Lesotho vs Tanzania Madagascar vs Swaziland

230515 Departure eliminated teams

KNOCK-OUT ROUND

240515 Day 9: QF1 Ghana vs Win. Group B

QF2 Mozambique vs Malawi

250515 Day 10: QF3 Zambia vs Win. Group A

QF4 South Africa vs Botswana

260515 Day 11: RESTDAY

270515 Day 12: Plate Semi Final 1

Plate Semi Final 2

280515 DAY 13: Semi Final 1

Semi Final 2

290515 DAY 14: Plate Final

Departure of eliminated teams (Plate section)

300515 DAY 16: Loser SF1 vs Loser SF2

Win. SF1 vs Win. SF2

310515 Departure of Teams amp Officials

Source : New Zimbabwe

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