Vanarama National League club Leyton Orient have announced that two of their players have received international call-ups.
Striker Macauley Bonne and midfielder Ebou Adams have received call-ups for Zimbabwe and Gambia respectively.
Twenty-two-year-old Bonne has scored 18 goals in all competitions for the O’s this season and could make his third appearance for the Warriors, having featured against Lesotho and Namibia in November.
Zimbabwe head coach Sunday Chidzambga will be hoping that the forward can play a big part in the Four Nations’ Tournament this month which will see the Warriors face off with Zambia, Angola and South Africa.
Meanwhile, Adams will look to earn his second cap for Gambia as they take on Riyad Mahrez’s Algeria on March 24 in a friendly match.
Adams made his international debut in November against Morocco, appearing as a second half substitute.