FC Platinum are now in Harare for their first game of the campaign in the CAF Confederation Cup.
The Zimbabwe champions, who were relegated from the Champions League, arrived in the capital on Wednesday and will continue their preparations there.
They will face Senegalese side ASC Jaraaf in the play-offs for the group stage on February 14.
The match will be played at the National Sports Stadium in the capital.
CAF Confederation Cup preparations
The team arrived safely in the capital to set up camp and continue with training ahead of the CAF Confederation Cup first leg encounter against ASC Jaraaf of Senegal slated for the 14th of February 2021.#pureplatinumplay#CAFCC pic.twitter.com/j0rAsRW3sB
— FC Platinum (@FCPlatinum) February 3, 2021
Zvishavane-based FC Platinum are using the Harare venue after their Mandava stadium was deemed unfit to host international games.