Match - Sat 8 September, 18:30,
Kargbo and Karama back for Sierra Leone
Ibrahim Kargbo of Sierra Leone
The FC Baku player returns to the side following the lifting of the suspension that was placed on him and United States-based striker Kei Ansu Kamara by the Sierra Leone Football Association and the Sports Ministry.
"We lifted the suspensions of the players on the orders of Minister Kamara who told us that the players have apologised and he has accepted their apologies,” SLFA spokesman Sorie Ibrahim Sesay told BBC Sport.
"Furthermore, we've also invited the two players for our Nations Cup qualifying match against Tunisia [in Freetown]."
Sierra Leone will be aiming to qualify for the Africa Cup of nations for the first time since taking part in the 1996 edition of the tournament, which was also held in South Africa.
They reached the second round of qualifying through a 5-4 win over Sao Tome and Principe, where they lost 2-1 in the first leg before winning 4-2 at home in the second leg.
Tunisia on the other hand received a bye in the first round and were one of the seeded side in the second round following their participation at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations and their recent record in the competition.
Coach Sami Trabelsi has named a strong side which includes new players in Etoile du Sahel’s Aymen Belaid and Rami Bedoui, while Esperance de Tunis player Khaled Mouelhi is back after a long absence.
However, the Carthage Eagles will be without Hertha BSC midfielder Anis Ben-Hatira, who was forced to pull out due to an ankle injury.
The two sides are also due to meet during the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers next year.