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Monday, April 6, 2020

Zanaco and Nkana resume top two chase

Sports Zanaco and Nkana resume top two chase

The FAZ Super Division resumes after the two-week international match window.

Leaders Zanaco and Nkana are in action this Saturday while defending champions Zesco United, who are third, are in action on Sunday.

Zanaco and Nkana have two points separating them on 68 and 66 points respectively.

Zanaco will be home when they face Green Eagles who have never beaten them since the Choma side was promoted in 2008.

The Bankers have eight wins and three draws against Eagles whom they beat 3-1 away in Choma in the first leg meeting in June.

In Kitwe, revenge is in the air for second placed Nkana when they host Red Arrows in Wusakile.

Arrows beat Nkana 1-0 but the homeside will be eager to get the 3 points to stay two points behind Zanaco with just two games to play for the 12-time champions.

Elsewhere, 4th placed Power Dynamos battle new boys Lumwana Radiants in the curtain-raiser in Wusakile, Forest Rangers visit Green Buffaloes in Lusaka, while Nchanga Rangers and Mufulira Blackpool clash in an-all demotion clash in Chingola.

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