The trio includes Ibrahim Rajab from Mtibwa Sugar and Simba duo, Mdhamiru Yassin and Jamal Mnyate.
There was however no place for TP Mazembe midfielder Thomas Ulimwengu, who is nursing an injury whilst captain Mbwana Samata of Belgian outfit Genk is the only foreign-based player.
The encounter will only serve academic purposes with Egypt having sealed the group’s automatic slot. The Taifa Stars has managed just a point from their previous three games which incidentally was from the barren draw against Nigeria in the reverse last September, whilst Nigeria has two points, eight shy of Egypt who are not involved on the final day of matches.
With only pride at stake, Tanzania coach Boniface Mkwasa is upbeat of a positive outing against their hosts, who will miss out on the showpiece tournament for the second time in succession.
“It is the last game, I do not see the burden of calling many players because we have already lost our chance to qualify, I believe the squad I called is enough to win in Nigeria,” said Mkwasa, a former captain of the Taifa Stars.
Goalkeepers: Deo Munishi (Young Africans), Aishi Manula (Azam)
Defenders: Mwinyi Haji (Young Africans), Andrew Vincent (Young Africans),
Kelvin Yondani (Young Africans), Mohammed Hussein (Simba), David Mwantika (Azam),
Shomary Kapombe (Azam)
Midfielders: Himid Mao (Azam), Juma Mahadhi (Young Africans), Farid Mussa (Azam),
Jamal Mnyate (Simba), Mdhamiru Yassin (Simba), Ibrahim Rajab (Mtibwa Sugar),
Saimon Msuva (Young Africans), Shiza Kichuya (Simba), Jonas Mkude (Simba)
Forwards: Mbwana Samatta (KRC Genk, Belgium), John Bocco (Azam), Ibrahim Ajibu (Simba)