PLYMOUTH Argyle could have left-sided player Onismor Bhasera called up by Zimbabwe for an international friendly next Wednesday.
It would fall between their important League Two games at home to Dagenham and Redbridge this Saturday and away to Aldershot Town on February 9.
Zimbabwe have a new interim coach, German-born Klaus Dieter Pagels, after their failure to qualify for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
His first game is a friendly at home to Botswana on Wednesday, February 6, and will be a warm-up for the Warriors' 2014 World Cup qualifier away to Egypt on March 22.
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Pagels wants all players based outside the country to be available for the friendly against Botswana, which falls on the FIFA calendar for international friendly matches.
In the past, Zimbabwe football's governing body has often failed to raise funds to bring in foreign-based players for such games.
Bhasera, who has recently been linked with a move away from Argyle, has been capped 20 times by Zimbabwe.
TICKETS for Argyle's away game against Aldershot on February 9 (3pm) are now on sale.
Seating tickets are priced at £19 for adults, £15 for over-65s and students and £7 for under-16s. Standing tickets cost £17, £13 and £5 respectively.
The Travel Club coach will leave Home Park at 9am. The fare is £19 for members and £22 for non-members.
Contact the Argyle box office for further information.
ADMISSION details for an Argyle XI away game against Saltash United at Kimberley Stadium tomorrow (7.30pm) have been confirmed. Entry will cost £4 for adults and £2 for concessions.
ARGYLE manager John Sheridan will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Senior Greens. It will take place in the Green Taverners Suite at Home Park on Thursday (2pm).