Asanovic has named an all-local squad that comprises a mix of youth and experience that will also act as a preparatory ground for the July 24 African Nations Championship tie against Mozambique in Maputo.
The Chipolopolo will join the tournament at the quarterfinal stage with a tie against the winners of Group A that comprises Botswana, Angola, Comoros, and Seychelles.
The Chipolopolo will enter camp on June 29 in Lusaka.
Asanovic will be hoping to scan through the best local talents that he may also consider for the September round of the Ivory Coast 2023 Africa Cup of Nations back-to-back clashes with Lesotho.
The 2022 Cosafa tournament will run from July 5-17 in Durban, South Africa.