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Fight for survival

Zesco United FC players celebrating after beating Mighty Mufulira Wanderes FC Picture: ZESCO United FC in partnership with Atlasmara

ROBINSON KUNDA, Lusaka

ONE of the most overused clichés especially by players and coaches is that they will take one match at a time. While that might even be the case in practice, Super League sides may have to face the reality of not having too many games on their hands currently. In that case, they have to calculate the possible total points from the remaining matches with the exception of Zesco United. The Ndola side will be crowned champions if they beat NAPSA Stars tomorrow in Ndola. But as the Super League returns to action today, focus will be in Kafue at Khosa Stadium, where deposed champions Nkana are visiting Young Green Eagles. While Kitwe United are already demoted, any of the nine teams starting with 10th-placed Prison Leopards could join them in the National Division One. In today’s main highlight, two relegation-threatened teams, Nkana and Young Green Eagles, both know what is at stake in today’s match scheduled for Khosa Stadium in Kafue. “For us this is a very big game because we know Young Green Eagles are also fighting relegation,” Nkana coach Beston Chambeshi said. “Such opponents are never CLICK TO READ MORE




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