The Afcon qualifier between Zimbabwe Under-23 side and their South African counterparts has been postponed to September.
The Young Warriors were supposed to play their southern neighbours in the final round of the qualifiers at the start of next month, but the two-legged fixture has been pushed to 2 and 10 September.
Zifa confirmed the change of dates on Monday afternoon.
Dates for the 3rd round AFCON U23 qualifiers have been pushed back.
Initially set for 3-11 June, the home & away ties between Zimbabwe & South Africa will now be played between 2 & 10 September 2019.
This will give MAs time to prepare for both the A teams AFCON and the U23 pic.twitter.com/vd65E8I18S
— ZIFA (@online_zifa) May 13, 2019
The Young Warriors reached the round after beating Mozambique 2-0 on aggregate in the second stage of the qualifiers. South Africa, on the other hand, sailed past Angola by a scoreline of 6-1.