The match is set for February 29 in Burundi with the second leg being played two weeks later.
The trio has been afforded the opportunity to resuscitate their fledging international careers following Zifa’s suspension of 82 players over match-fixing allegations.
However, it is the exclusion of Kaizer Chiefs linkman Lincoln Zvasiya that is set to send tongues wagging as the player had been playing well for the South African side.
Mussa Mguni, who snubbed a Warriors’ call up in the last qualifiers, has also bounced back into the team with Botswana’s BMC’s Mandla Sibanda set for his debut.
Also in the strike force is Germany-based Knowlegde Musona, Rodrick Mutuma and Terrence Mandaza.
For goalkeepers, the technical team of Rahman Gumbo and David Mandigora have settled for AmaZulu captain Tapuwa Kapini, Marlon Jani and Dynamos new signing George Chigova.
CAPS United defender Tapiwa kumbuyani has also found himself in the team and so has Cyprus-based Noel Kaseke, Gofrey Moyo and Obert Moyo.
Dynamos’ Denvar Mukamba, Sweden-based Archford Gutu, Quincy Antipas, and Vusa Nyoni have also been included in the squad.
Midfield general Tinashe Nengomasha, Donald Ngoma, and Kaizer Chiefs’ new signing Brian Abbas Amidu are part of the team.
Squad. Goalkeepers: Tapiwa Kapini, Marlon Jani, George Chigova.
Defenders: Tapiwa Kumbuyani, Onisimor Bhasera, Godfrey Moyo, Dickson Choto, Obert Moyo, Arnold Chaka.
Midfielders: Tinashe Nengomasha, Mandla Sibanda, Vusa Nyoni, Denver Mukamba, Abbas Amidu, Archford Gutu, Quincy Antipas.
Strikers: Terrence Mandaza, Rodrick Mutuma, Donald Ngoma, Charles Sibanda, Musa Mguni, Knowledge Musona.
Technical team: Head coach Rahman Gumbo
Assistant coach: David Mandigora
Goalkeepers’ coach: Richard Tswatswa
Team manager: Nyika Chifamba