Botswana will complete their preparations for this month's ICC World Cricket League Division 6 tournament with a short camp in Sri Lanka.
The southern Africans will play three matches in Sri Lanka during a five-day training camp before leaving for Singapore.
These matches will be on top of games played in the Botswanan capital, Gaberones, against South African provincial team, North West Dragons and club team, Ladium Cavaliers. The matches this weekend against the Cavaliers will be the final games at home ahead of the team's departure for Sri Lanka on August 19.
Botswana last played in a tournament in its unbeaten run in the Africa Division 2 tournament in Benoni, South Africa in October. It was relegated to WCL Division Six after finishing fifth in Division Five in August, 2007.
WCL Division Six will also feature Bahrain, Guernsey, Malaysia, Norway and Singapore.
Botswana: Omar Ali (capt), Tshepo Mhozya, Karabo Modise, Mosa Gaolekwe, Gaolape Mokokwe, Denzil Sequeira, Karan Kapoor, Abdul Patel, James Moses, Shah Zaib Khan, Indika Perera, Faisal Rana Rasheed, Taroesh Trivedi, Noor Ahmad; Coach - Solly "Benn" Chothia.
Nishi Narayanan is a staff writer at ESPNcricinfo