"The South Africans are providing everything for a contingent of 30 players, including McDonald Mariga, Dennis Oliech and Robert Mugabe, whom they will fly from their respective bases direct to Johannesburg." Kenyan technical committee chairperson, Hussein Swaleh disclosed at the weekend. Meanwhile, Zambian national team coach Dario Bonetti hopes Collins Mbesuma hits top form in February 9's friendly against Swaziland, who replace the South Africans for their midweek international fixture. Bonetti is looking to end Chipolopolo's scoring frailties ahead of next month's 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against fast improving Mozambique. Mbesuma is enjoying a rich vein of form at Golden Arrows where he is on six-month loan. But Bonetti's aspirations for Mbesuma-Given Singuluma strike partnership in this week's match has suffered a blow because the TP Mazembe striker is down with malaria. "Since one of our best striker (Jacob Mulenga) is out injured, there is need to bring in a player with similar attributes…Collins can be that player I am looking for though he must impress me to be considered," Bonetti said. Bonetti will also assess Bloemfontein Celtics midfielder Clifford Mulenga and Israel-based defensive midfielder Justin Zulu in February 9's fixture. Mulenga and Zulu were last minute replacements for Allan Mukuka (Green Buffaloes) and Stopilla Sunzu (TP Mazembe). Noah Chivuta of Free States Stars will miss the match due to injury.