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Alba Iulia
Thursday, August 13, 2020

Wanderers brace for mighty test in home games

Sports Wanderers brace for mighty test in home games

Mighty Mufulira Wanderers six home games could make or break their stay in the FAZ Super Division.

Mighty have been banned from playing their home games at Shinde following a riot there in a game against Zesco united on August 8.

The six games constitute over half of their remaining matches with another four away fixtures.

Interestingly, Mighty failed to beat any of their forthcoming opponents away in the first half of the season.

Results in those matches are evenly shared with three draws.

Mighty’s first home game at Kafubu Stadium will be against Power Dynamos this weekend whom they drew 0-0 in Kitwe.

Zanaco will follow with memories still fresh of that 3-2 loss at Sunset.

Green Buffaloes who beat Mighty 2-1 in Lusaka will be the third visiting team.

Mighty will then face two very tricky assignments against relegation candidates starting with Nakambala Leopards who finished 0-0 in Mazabuka and Nchanga Rangers who thumped them 3-0 in Chingola.

Their final home game will be against mid-table Red Arrows against whom they played out t a scoreless draw at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka.


  1. But why didn’t they settle for John Kachofa stadium nearby? Luanshya is so far away. And What happened to Hary Hart?

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