Zambia head coach, George Lwandamina, believes that his team's performance against Kenya in Saturday's 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier will determine how they will fare against the Super Eagles in the 2018 World Cup qualifier in October.
Zambia, AFCON champions in 2012, will host Kenya in an inconsequential AFCON qualifier this weekend.
"It's a serious match because we need to establish where to start the World Cup qualifiers from," Lwandamina told the Post.
"And we need to build a team to do that, so unless people are saying we should not play since it's a formality."
The former Zambian skipper lamented the lack of hunger displayed by some members of the AFCON 2012 winning side ahead of the crucial World Cup qualifiers.
"There are no automatic places in the national team, and that's the problem we have with players after winning the Africa Cup of Nations, that competitiveness has been lost, so it's a delicate one."Jiji.ng the cheapest online shopping in Nigeria.
How frustration Almost Drove Me out Of My Marriage Before My Husband found A Solution To His Small Manhood And Now Last 30 Minute In Bed without Any Side Effect. Click Here To Read Our Testimony..
Attention: 3 Friuts you Neglect but Will Help You Fight Against Premature Ejaculation, Weak Erection and Small Blokos. Take Action Here Uncover how I make $400 weekly on Facebook using never been revealed Social Media tools.