It will be the first meeting between the two sides at senior level and Gambia coach Sang John Ndong has been training with his local based players at the refurbished Technical Training Center in Yundum for the past three weeks.
“The match is very important. We have said we are rebuilding but we are also trying to build the confidence between the team and the public and the only way we can do is try to be consistent in performance and in results.
“You have to assess players in a real match situation. When you have the spectators you have the atmosphere like a real game then you see what they can offer, if you have a team that performs under those conditions and consistently then you are fine,” said Ndong.
Meanwhile, the former Hawks FC coach on Friday unveiled his 24-man squad to face the Chipolopolo and Bafana Bafana which includes Swansea's Modou Barrow and Bubacarr Trawally of Chinese super league side Yanbian.
Goalkeepers: Alagie Nyabally (Real de Banjul), Christopher Allen (GPA), Modou Jobe (Niarry Tally, Senegal)
Defenders: Omar Colley (Djurgarden IF, Sweden), Bubacarr Sanneh (AC Horsens, Denmark), Mass Manga (Hawks), Matarr Ceesay (GPA), Nuha Barrow (Gamtel), Alieu Jatta (Generation Foot, Senegal), Gregory Sambou (GPA)
Midfielders: Sainey Sambou (Brikama United), Kabba Sambou (Stade de Mbour, Senegal), Lamin Charty (Hawks), Musa Yaffa (Hawks), Bully Drammeh (Real de Banjul), Lamin Jallow (Chievo Verona, Italy), Modou Barrow (Swansea, Wales)
Forwards: Pa Amat Dibba (GIF Sundsvall, Sweden), Bubacarr Trawally (Yanbian FC, China), Bakary Njie (Cherno More, Bulgaria), Yusupha Njie (FUS Rabat, Morocco), Emil Sambou (GAF), Muhammed Conteh (Mbour Petite Cote, Senegal), Mamadi Ngum (Samger)