Check out our live coverage of the first 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup Plate Semifinal between Lesotho and Zambia at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Tuesday.
Lesotho XI: Liteboho Mokhehle, Sepiriti Malefane, Basia Makepe, Kopano Tseka, Hlompho Kalake, Phafa Tšosane, Kefuoe Mahula, Jane Thaba-Ntšo, Tšepo Seturumane, Montoeli Sonopo, Jeremea Kamela.
Subs: Mafa Moremoholo, Sera Motebang, Mabuti Potloane, Motlomelo Mkwanazi, Daniel Jousse, Thabo Seakhoa.
Zambia XI: Racha Kola, Adrian Chama, Buchizya Mfune, Donashano Malama, Paul Katema, Festus Mbewe, Charles Zulu, Patson Daka, Spencer Sautu, Emmanuel Museka, Jacob Ngulube.
Subs: Danny Munyao, Benedict Chepeshi, Boyd Mkandawire, Salulani Phiri, Conlyde Luchanga, Webster Mulenga, Steward Chikandiwa, Tresford Mulenga.
FULLTIME: Zambia are into the COSAFA Castle Cup Plate final after a thrilling 3-2 win over Lesotho. Great game!
90+2′ – Zambia sub: Conlyde Luchanga comes on for Mbewe.
89′ – Free-kick taken by Museka goes wide.
87′ – Phiri tries a long-range shot in a bid to catch the goalkeeper out.
82′ – Lesotho sub: Mabuti Potloane comes on for Thaba-Ntso.
80′ – Zambia have become livilier on the right channel where Museka and Sautu are launching most of their raids from.
79′ – Ngulube’s angled shot hits the side-netting.
78′ – Tsosane’s specluative shot goes over.
76′ – Sautu goes on a mazy run into the Lesotho box but runs out of steam with his final ball.
74′ – Lesotho sub: Sera Motebang comes on for Seturumane.
72′ – Kola rushes off his line to make a diving save from Seakhoa but both men are also injured in the process.
71′ – Chama makes an attempt off a rebound from a corner, but it misses.
68′ – Zambia sub: Salulani Phiri comes on for Daka.
66′ – Ngulube tries a snap shot from the edge of the bix and it goes over
63′ – GOAL! A great goal as Zambia’s Charles Zulu collects a long ball and beats the Lesotho goalkeeper to make it 3-2 to Zambia.
60′ – Lesotho breathe a huge sigh of relief as Sautu beats a drawn out Mokhehle but sees his shot sail wide
59′ – Zulu makes a left-footed attempt that goes wide.
58′ – Mokhehle has to rush off his line to thwart a Zambia attack.
56′ – GOAL! Another stunner! Spencer Sautu lashes the ball home from 35-yards and we are locked again at 2-2!
54′ – GOAL! Lesotho are ahead! Basia Makepe heads home from Kamela’s corner to make it 2-1!
48′ – Zambia come charging with Zulu but he is thwarted by Tseka.
47′ – Lesotho sub: Thabo Seakhoa comes on for Sonopo.
46′ – We are back under way in the second half as Lesotho and Zambia are locked at 1-1.
HALFTIME: Lesotho have a stunning equaliser seconds before halftime as the teams go into the break level.
45+3′ – GOAL! Phafa Tsosane with a stunning free kick from 35-yards as Lesotho equalise!
44′ – Kalake bundles his attempt way off target.
41′ – Yellow card for Makepe for a professional foul on Daka.
33′ – Sautu does well to beat two markers but drags his left-footed shot wide off the upright.
31′ – Zulu sends a looping cross which is just headed wide by Sautu
28′ – Zulu teases Mokhehle with his curling shot as Zambia seek a second goal. Dana heads wide but he was offside in any event.
26′ – Lesotho try to build from the back but are finding little space in the Zambian defence.
24′ – Kalake slips as he executes his shot which goes high and wide.
21′ – Malama takes a long throw into the Lesotho box but Mbewe and Zulu get into each other’s way.
19′ – Tsosane tries his luck from 25 metres out but balloons his effort over the top.
14′ – GOAL! Zambia lead with a headed goal from Paul Katema from a corner! 1-0!
12′ – Malephane sends a searching cross from deep inside his half
9′ – Mfune sends a long ball forward but Lesotho clear their lines with Tseka.
6′ – Mbewe is brought down on the edge of the box in a promising position for Zambia. Sautu’s free-kick is touted over the crossbar.
2′ – Thaba-Ntso just fails to connect with a fine low cross from Seturumane with the Zambia defence all at sea.
1′ – We are under way in the first Plate semifinal between Lesotho and Zambia!
– Lesotho coach Moses Maliehe has made four changes to the side that has been regularly starting in this tournament since the group stages and handed 27-year-old goalkeeper Liteboho Mokhehle his first start.
– Match officials – Referee: Norman Matemera (Zimbabwe); Asst 1: Zakhele Siwela (South Africa); Asst 2: Sifiso Nxumalo (Swaziland).