Demoted side Nchanga Rangers are warning that they won’t relax as they face National Assembly and Lumwana Radiants in their last two matches of the FAZ Super Division campaign.
Nchanga were relegated last week with two games left in the season after losing 4-0 at champions Zesco United in Ndola.
Assembly and Lumwana are all in the bottom six – fighting relegation.
Nchanga deputy coach Evans Mwaba said Brave wants to finish their troubled season on a high note.
“We have to continue fighting until the league ends.
We are remaining with games against Nkwazi and Lumwana at home,” Mwaba said.
“We also want points so we can’t relax,” the Nchanga legend said.
The two time league champions, are second bottom with 26 points ftom 36 matches played.
“As we go to Division One, we need to work hard so that we bounce back. It is very said that Nchanga has gone down and the people of Chingola are not happy,” Mwaba said.