Time Posted: August 13, 2014 10:38 pm

Zambia’s home-based players wrapped up their three-day monthly training camp on Wednesday with a friendly win over National Assembly.

Chipolopolo beat Assembly 3-1 at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka in a practice match.

Moses Phiri put Assembly in the lead in the 20th before his Zanaco namesake equalised for Zambia in the 35th minute to see the two sides’ go 1-1 into the break.

Bruce Musakanya made it 2-1 for Zambia in the 60th minute before Roderick Kabwe scored the final goal two minutes later.

Meanwhile, the team will regroup on August 24 in Ndola with the home-based players who will be joined by the foreign call-ups five days later for Zambia’s August 30 friendly against Sudan at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.

Zambia will later face Mozambique on September 6 at the same venue in a 2015 Africa Cup Group F opening qualifier.