Banyana Banyana head coach, Joseph Mkhonza, is expected to try out various tactical strategies, when the South African senior national women's football team takes on Zimbabwe in an international friendly fixture at the Dobsonville Stadium, tomorrow, at 19h00.
This will be Banyana's first official match since competing at the London Olympics in July.
Apart from Saturday's fixture, the two nations will meet in a second encounter at the Sinaba stadium, Daveyton, on Tuesday, before Banyana Banyana leave the following day to train at their 8-day national training camp in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
The preparations form a part of the South African team's focus on doing South Africa proud at the eight-nation Confederation of African Football (AF) African Women Championship 2012 in Equatorial Guinea, from October 28th to November 11th. The top three ranked countries will represent the continent at the next World Cup in Canada in 2015.