BFA confirms Pharaohs friendly

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The Botswana Football Association (BFA) has confirmed a friendly international between the Zebras and Egypt's Pharaohs ahead of next month's 2014 World Cup qualifiers.

The Zebras visit the Pharaohs in Cairo on June 4, three days before they host Ethiopia at the New Lobatse Stadium.
They play Ethiopia on June 8 before hosting Cape Verde the following weekend, with both games set to be played at the New Lobatse Stadium.

BFA chief executive officer (CEO), Keith Masters confirmed the Egypt friendly saying it would give the team good preparation."We will play Egypt in Cairo on  June 4. We feel obligated to play the game and it should be good preparation for the team," Masters told Mmegi Sport.

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