Botswana Football Association (BFA)'s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kitso Kemoeng has stated that the Zebras' three-day camp will come to an end on Thursday.
A Zebras squad made up of local-based players has been in camp since Sunday as they prepare for the 2017 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against Comoros.
When speaking to local media, Kemoeng also revealed that the players will regroup on Sunday for their final preparations before leaving for Comoros on Tuesday.
“The camp will break on Thursday this week to allow players to go back to their clubs for the beMOBILE Premiership games to be played over the weekend," Kemoeng said
"The team will regroup again on Sunday for the final preparations before departing for Comoros on Tuesday,” he added.
Les Coelecantes of Comoros are scheduled to host the Zebras at the Stade Said Mohamed Cheikh in the City of Mitsamiouli on the 24th of March 2016.
The return leg will be played at the Francistown Sports Complex in the second City of Botswana, Francistown, three-days later.
[Source: Botswana Premier League]