By Lackson Kanyoza
Flames defender Harry Nyirenda who succumbed to an injury on Tuesday during a warm-up match against Sierra Leone is reported to be fit.
Nyirenda limped off in the first half and was replaced by John Lanjezi as flames were held to a 1 1 draw against Sierra Leone at Siaka Stevens Stadium in Free Town.
South Africa-based winger, Micium Mhone, put the Flames in front after 18 minutes. But the hosts levelled matters before the half time.
According to reports from Guinea , the black Leopards defender was part of the team during the flames training session yesterday meaning that he has recovered.
His come back will boost the flames defence ahead of their crucial encounter tomorrow against Guinea in 2017 African cup of Nations qualifier.
The flames have the full squad following the arrival of striker Schumacher Kuwari joined the squad in Guinea today.
Flames team manager Clement Kafwafwa said the temperature in Guinea is very hot but players are geared ready for the match.
The game will start at 5 pm local time before the return leg at Kamuzu stadium on Tuesday 29 March.
Flames are in group L with a single point and are stuck on 3rd position after a loss to Zimbabwe 2 ~ 1 and drawn 2 ~ 2 away in Swaziland.