Difference between revisions of "News:Zimbabwe's football record against Seychelles"

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Latest revision as of 10:54, 14 June 2016

<vote /> The Warriors are on the brink of Cosafa Cup elimination after they were held to a second draw of the tournament by Madagascar in a Group A match played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek, Namibia, last night.

For Zimbabwe to qualify for the next stage, they will now need to beat Seychelles by a bigger margin in the final group match and hope that Swaziland and Madagascar draw their last match.

Zimbabwe has played against Seychelles 6 times and has won a record 4 times. At one time Zimbabwe beat Seychelles 5-0 and Warriors Coach Callisto Pasuwa is hoping Zimbabwe will repeat the same feat tomorrow. Seychelles last won against Zimbabwe in 2003 when the two met for a Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. Below is the Warriors' record against The Pirates of Seychelles;

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