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Black Leopards left for Malawi on Saturday where they were due to play a series of friendlies to keep their players fit during the Africa Cup of Nations' enforced Premier Soccer League break.
Lidoda Duvha open their account in Malawi against MTL Wanderers in Blantyre tomorrow.
Leopards' next assignment in Malawi will be a date against Big Bullets, formerly Bakili Bullets, at Civo Stadium in the capital Lilongwe on January 19.
They wind up their stay in Malawi with a meeting against Silver Strikers at Silver Stadium, also in Lilongwe the following day.
The friendlies will afford the side's Malawian players a chance to play in front of their compatriots. The Malawians in the Leopards' books are Peter Mponda, Fischer Kondowe and Robert Ng'ambi.
The far north side will then travel to another neighbouring country, Botswana, on January 21 where they will play against as yet unnamed opponents.
They will be in Botswana until January 26 and return to Venda en route to Mozambique where they will entertain Costa do Sol on February 3.
The match is staged in memory of the late Leopards' defender Fernando "Nando" Matola who died in a car accident with his family in September last year.