The match kicks off at 15h30. According to the team list released by Warriors general manager Sharif Mussa, there are six South African based stars in the squad - Kaizer Chiefs quartet of Knowledge Musona, Thomas Sweswe, Zhaimu Jambo and Tinasha Nengomasha, veteran defender Zvenyika Makonese and Kingston complete the list of the South African-based contingent. The other seven foreign based stars are from Europe. Mwaruwari, whose contract with his English side Sunderland ends on Monday, will captain the team which retained the bulk of those taking part in the African Nations Championships qualifiers against the most decorated team in the world. Warriors' caretaker coach Norman Mapeza also made six additions to the squad that travelled to Victoria last week with the inclusion of Highlanders midfielder Stephen Alimenda, Khumbulani Banda, Tafadzwa Rusike, goalkeeper Tafadzwa Dube and Dynamos defender Guthrie Zhokinyu. Mussa said they had failed to fly in Edward Sadomba, Costa Nhamoinesu, Clemence Matawu and Justice Majabvi from their bases owing to Zifa's cash flow problems. "The players should assemble at Zifa House at midday on Monday. We will start training the same day and after the game on Wednesday the foreign based players will leave camp with the home based remaining for the CHAN qualifier against Seychelles," said Mussa. Brazil are expected to arrive in Harare on Tuesday. Warriors squad: E Sibanda, W Arubi, T Dube, G Mapemba, Z Ngodzo, K Banda, Q Amin, G Banda, M Mwanjali, G Zhokinyu, L Mtzizwa, S Alimenda, A Rambanepasi, R Zhuwawo, B Marere, R Mteki, T Rusike, A Sadiki, B Ncube, N Mushekwi, C Malajila, E Gwekwerere, O Karuru, K Musona, T Sweswe, Z Jambo, T Nengomasha, K Nkathta, B Mwaruwari(captain), Quincy Antipas, Z Makonese, V Nyoni, N Kaseke, M Mguni and O Tarumbwa.