mighty warriors.jpgA repentant Rufaro Machingura has bounced back into the Mighty Warriors final 18 squad ahead of Sunday’s crucial reverse leg tie against Botswana’s Zebras after missing several matches due to indiscipline.
The bustling Mighty Warriors forward who missed the tournament in Egypt, the Unity Cup and the First leg match against Botswana due to indiscipline finally won the approval of the technical team and will return to be in the fray of things this Sunday after she was named in the final 18-member squad.

Machingura and Nokuthula Ndlovu are the only two new returnees with Ndlovu coming in to reclaim her position from Sheila Makoto after missing the first leg due to an injury.

Makoto who struggled during her first starting game in Gaborone and Patience Masitara are the two absentees on the 18 member list.

The Mighty Warriors will bank on its solid defence where Danai Bhobho has since jelled well proving to be dependable and solidly fitting into the shoes of Lillian Masase who left for Norway.

It is the Mighty Warriors strikeforce and midfield that is expected to maintain their composure for them to deliver a crispy display.

With expectations of a capacity crowd at Rufaro Stadium, the Mighty Warriors certainly have to convince themselves that the whole nation is behind them and they can bury the Zebras resoundingly.