Abel Mkandawire has confirmed the arrival of Tabitha Chawinga and sister Temwa for Malawi's next month's 2020 Olympic qualifier two-legged meeting with Mozambique.
But they have joined Mkandawire's team at their Mpira Vilage camp alongside Kvarnsveden's Sabina Thom as the foreign-based players called up to face the Mozambicans.
In the past few days, 25 players picked from a recent regional women's tournament have been training at the Chiwembe Technical Centre in Blantyre.
And the gaffer believes his side are in good shape to challenge for a qualification spot to next year's Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
“All the players fought hard to get into the squad and those selected deserved it," Mkandawire told media.
"We have a blend of senior and young players who showed good levels of tactical awareness. It is now up to us to build a team.”
They will welcome the Southeast Africans in the first round of the Tokyo 2020 Women's Olympic qualifier on April 4 at home with the second leg five days later.
GOALKEEPERS: Samil Amidu (DD Sunshine), Mercy Sikelo (Skippers), Martha Banda( BT Zero), Ruth Mhango (Under 20).
DEFENDERS: Fatsireni Kazembe (Skippers), Silvia Phiri, Moreen Phiri (CY Sisters), Ruth Nyirongo (DD Sunshine), Chimwemwe Madise (DD Sunshine), Emily Jossam (Skippers), Towera Vinkhumbo (BT Zero), Patricia Nyirenda (Ntopwa)
MIDFIELDERS: Chikondi Gondwe (CY Sisters), Madyina Ngulube (DD Sunshine), Fanny Mwale (DD Sunshine), Chimwemwe Bonongwe, Bridget Nkuzilire (Skippers), Asimenye Simwawa (Super Dynamos), Wezzie Mvula (DD Sunshine), Zainabu Kapanda (BT Zero)
STRIKERS: Loveness Nyakamera (Skippers), Mary Chavinda (BT Zero), Linda Kasenda (Skippers), Enelescio Mhango( DD Sunshine)