FAZ Technical Director Honor Janza says the technical bench has since turned down all requests from clubs to have their players released for the super league games.
Janza said this is due to the training sessions that have been intensified for the do or die encounter against Mozambique.
According to a statement issued to ZANIS Sports in Lusaka today by FAZ communication officer Nkweto Tembwe, Janza said this shortly after the team’s training session this morning.
The Junior Chipolopolo has an encounter with Mozambique on May 10, 2014 in Maputo for the 2015 Senegal youth championships.
Meanwhile, the FAZ/MTN super league tomorrow enters week seven with Nkoloma stadium in Lusaka hosting a double header.
Both games that will be played at Nkoloma will be beamed live on Supersport.
National Assembly takes on Green Buffaloes at 12:45 hours while Red Arrows plays Zesco United at 15:00 hours at the same venue.
League leaders Power Dynamos visit off-form Roan United at Kafubu stadium in Luanshya while Nkana awaits troubled Kabwe Warriors at Nkana stadium in Kitwe.
Green Eagles will take on Nchanga Rangers at their Independence stadium in Choma and Konkola Blades plays town mates Konkola Mine Police at Konkola stadium in Chililabombwe.
And on Sunday, Zanaco takes on Nakambala Leopards while Napsa Stars take on Indeni in the second game at Woodlands stadium with both games to be beamed live on Supersport.