The 18 players are goalkeepers: Onai Chingawo and Chido Dzingirayi.
Defenders: Dananai Bhobho, Ruvimbo Mutyavaviri, Eunice Chibanda, Rufaro Machingura, Patience Mujuru and Lillian Masase.
Midfielders include Talent Mandaza, Tsitsi Mairosi, Marjory Nyaumwe, Nokuthula Ndlovu, captain Nomsa â€˜Boysâ€™ Moyo and Emmaculate Msipa.
The strikers are Kudakwashe Bhasopo, Erica Jeke, Violet Bepete and Rudo Neshamba.
Among those who were dropped are 2 regulars: Judith Lunga and Nomatter Mharakurwa, who failed to make the grade due to injuries.
Meanwhilke, football fans say the Mighty Warriors stand a good chance of winning this Sundayâ€™s match against the Zambianâ€™s Chipolopolo Queens and have pledged to rally behind the team during the free for all encounter penciled for Rufaro Stadium.
A random survey in the streets of Harare revealed soccer fans are enthusiastic ahead of this Sundayâ€™s All Africa Games Mighty Warriors – Chepolopolo Queens qualifier.
The supporters hailed the initiative to make the match free and pledged that they would come in their numbers to give their support to the ladies team.
â€œWe will be there to support our team, go Mighty Warriors go,â€ said one supporter.
Zimbabwe National Women Soccer Team return to the fore hoping for a convincing 1st leg victory and cushion themselves ahead of the reverse leg set for Zambia in a fortnight.