Sierra Leone coach John Keister has summoned 14 foreign-based players for the African Cup of Nations back-to-back qualifiers against Lesotho on March 27 at the Sesotho Stadium before taking on Benin days later in Freetown.
Coach Keister has maintained the bulk of the selected players against Nigeria from matchday three and four.
Marampa Stars twin brothers will be hoping to combine, if selected, in a bid to help their country in the race to Cameroon 2022.
They were part of the Sierra Leone side in the Iran friendly in Tehran on March 17 2018. In 2019, the brothers were in the East End Lions unbeaten side won the Sierra Leone Premier League.
Meanwhile, the overseas-based include four unattached experienced players. Three were part of the Nigeria doubleheader back in November.
Turkey-based defender David Simbo, who has been in town working on his fitness, made the cut. His last outing was against Ethiopia at the Hawassa stadium.
FC Linköping City attacker Christian Moses, who was part of the Sierra Leone side in defeat to Ethiopia during the 2018 qualifiers, is expected to join the squad.
Nigeria leads the Group L table with eight points, Benin on seven, Sierra Leone third with three and Lesotho on two points in the race to the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
- Sierra Leone expected Squad List for Lesotho and Benin
Homebased Keepers (3)
Mohamed Kamara East End Lions, Unisa Conteh FC Johansen and Abdul Bundu Bo Rangers.
Umaru Bangura (Xamax FC Switzerland), Kevin Wright Orebro SK Sweden, David Simbo unattached, Abu Bakaarr Samura FC Kallon (Homebased), Yeami Dunia East End Lions (Homebased), and Lamin Conteh (Home-based).
Mohamed Medo Kamara unattached, Rodney Strasser unattached, John Kamara (Keshla FK Azerbaijan), Kwame Quee (Vikingur Reykjavik Iceland), George Davies (SKN Polten Austria), Alusine Koroma (Real Balompédica Linense Spain), Saidu Fofanah (FC Kallon Homebased), Masalakie Bangura (FC Kallon Homebased), Abu Dumbuya (Homebased), Alpha Kamara EE Lions (Homebased)
Alhassan Koroma (Real Balompédica Linense Spain), Kei Kamara unattached, Mohamed Buya Turay (Hebei Fortune China), Alhaji Kamara (Randers FC Denmark), Prince Barrie Bo Rangers (Homebased), and Christian Moses FC Linköping City Sweden.
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