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Ex-Nkana defender ‘Nizamutumina’ expects tough Kitwe derby

Sports Ex-Nkana defender 'Nizamutumina' expects tough Kitwe derby

Ex-Nkana defender Alick Sichinga “Nizamutumina” is predicting an interesting Kitwe derby when his old club visit Arthur Davies Stadium to face Power Dynamos on Saturday.

Nkana and Power are clashing in the last installment of the 2016 FAZ Super Division Kitwe derby in Ndeke.

The earlier fixture finished 1-1 at Nkana Stadium on May 14.

“The game will be 50-50 and very interesting,” Sichinga said.

“Nkana have good strikers and equally Power have good strikers,” the retired defender said.

Sichinga believes home ground advantage doesn’t exist in the Kitwe derby.

“There is no home ground advantage in the Kitwe. Whether Nkana plays at Arthur Davies or Power comes to Nkana Stadium it is the same,” he noted.

Third placed Power are four points behind second placed Nkana on 46 and 50 points respectively with 10 games left before the 2016 title is decided.

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