Nine players from Tanzanian champions Simba SC are among the 25-player list called by Taifa Stars manager Kim Poulsen as Tanzania looks to maintain their remarkable start in FIFA World Cup qualifying. Following a home win against Madagascar and scrappy road point earned in the DR Congo, Tanzania will be looking to establish themselves as the first placed team in Group J by coming out on top in a doubleheader against Benin. Both teams are currently tied at the top with four points each with a golden opportunity awaiting both teams to take major strides toward a first ever FIFA World Cup appearance.
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