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Alba Iulia
Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Can Power Dyanmos end Sunset drought?

Sports Can Power Dyanmos end Sunset drought?

Power Dynamos staying power at the summit of the 2015 FAZ Super Division table will be on trial on Wednesday when they visit Zanaco at Sunset Stadium in Lusaka to play a rescheduled Week One match.

Power lead the table with a better goal difference on 9 points ahead of second positioned Konkola Blades and third placed Green Eagles with two games in hand.

Victory against Zanaco will see Power go three points clear.

However, the tie favours 4th played Zanaco who are two points behind Power.

Power have not won away at Zanaco since the 2011 season when they went onto lift the Super Division title that year.

Since then, Power drew 0-0 there in the 2012 season before losing 2-1 in 2013 and lost 1-0 last term.

Victory for Zanaco will see them move into the top two bracket and possibly take over leadership.

However, this will depend on the outcome of the other rescheduled Week One fixture on the same date across town at Woodlands Stadium between struggling Green Buffaloes and defending champions Zesco United who are 5th on 7 points.

Buffaloes head into the game smarting from a 3-0 rout at the hands of Zanaco.

Zesco on the other hand must redeem themselves from a fortunate 0-0 away draw at Nkana to try and reclaim some sense of early-season composure in their title defence season.
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3 COMMENTS

  1. We wish “Sharp” Konkola Blades all the best this season.our coach has assembled a very strong team and hope KCM will pump in more money into our team this year unlike last year.Go blades Go!!PLUS COME 2016 BOY-IFINTU NI LUNGU”!!!

  2. Good job Power. These Tonga scrap heads Green Eagles cannot rule us. Tongas are doomed people that should not come anywhere near success.. If we got the few intelligent bembas playing in that team, then it would close immediately.

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