Zebras coach, Adel Amrouche has named a youthful side to face Peter Butler's Liberia in an Independence Day celebration clash on Monday.
Amrouche will be on the Zebras bench for only his third game, after suffering defeat to Malawi in his second game in charge. The first game ended 0-0 against the same opponent in a World Cup qualifier.
The Belgian will be keen to hit the ground running, as he has had little time to acclimatise since his arrival last month.
Amrouche has left out tried and tested players
Wagarre Dikago, Joseph Gojamang, Thabo Leinanyane, Lesenya Malepela, Tapiwa Gadibolae, Lone Taele, Onkarabile Ratanang, Thato Kebue, Fortunate Thulare, Keabetswe Obonetse, Kaelo Kgaswane, Gape Gaogangwe, Letlhogonolo Senwelo, Gofaone Mabaya, Godiraone Modingwane, Thatayaone Ramatlapeng, Tshepang Molefe, Molebatsi Tlhalefo, Motsheletsi Sikele, Moalodi Tlhalefang, Tumisang Orebonye, Mpho Kgomo, Keagile Kobe.