The match between Zimbabwe and Zambia in the Southern Zone of the 2014 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers, scheduled for Sunday in Harare, the Zimbabwean capital, has been postponed by one week due to the late arrival of match officials, the local media reported.
The Cameroonian officials missed their connecting flight to Zimbabwe from Kenya, necessitating the postponement.
After the first leg match, now to be played at the same venue next Sunday, Zimbabwe will travel to Zambia for the return leg, with the aggregate winner picking one of the two finals tickets from the zone.
SavidNews understands that the second ticket is being contest by Angola and Mozambique.
Some 16 teams will play in the 2014 CHAN finals, to be hosted by South Africa.
Already, 13 of them have emerged, leaving only three.