Zimbabwe and Botswana will be meeting for the 16th time when the two teams clash at the Peter Mokaba stadium in the quarter-finals of the COSAFA Cup.
The Zebras of Botswana have proven to be tough opponents for the Zimbabwe Warriors recently with Botswana winning 4 of their last five matches.
It will be second time the two teams meet this year with the Warriors seeking to revenge a 1-0 loss in the President’s Cup played on the 18th of April this year.
The Warriors are still looking for a first win in 2018 in their fourth clash of the year. They lost twice to Angola and South Africa on penalties with both matches ending tied on similar 2-2 scorelines.
Meanwhile Botswana is unbeaten this year coming off an impressive unbeaten run with five wins and two draws.
The Zebras were too strong for Mauritius, hammering the Indian Ocean islanders 6-0 in their final group game booking a date with Zimbabwe.
However Zimbabwe lead the head to head clashes of their neighbors with 8 wins while losing 5. Two matches have ended as draws.
Zimbabwe national football team: record v Botswana
Games won: 8
Games drawn: 2
Games lost: 5
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