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Alba Iulia
Thursday, May 28, 2020

Mighty’s lead dwindles to five points

Sports Mighty's lead dwindles to five points

Mighty Mufulira Wanderers’ lead in FAZ Division One Zone Two has been cut to five points after their goalless draw at Kansanshi Dynamos in Solwezi at the weekend.

Wanderers were leading with a six point gap prior to the weekend’s week 26 matches.

With four matches left in the 2018 campaign, the Shinde outfits have 59 points, five above second placed Indeni.

Indeni moved to 54 points following a 3-0 win over Kalulushi Modern Stars at home in Ndola.

The win moved Indeni from third to second position as they displaced Chambishi.

Chambishi have 53 points from 26 matches played.

In Zone One, Circuit City are leading with an 11 point gap following a 1-0 win over Petauke United away in Eastern Province.

City have 62 points while second placed Zesco Mailati Rangers sits on 51 points.

Barclays Cup finalists Young Buffaloes are third in Zone One with 47 points after playing 25 matches.

In Zone Three, Prison Leopards are leading on goal difference after accumulating 60 points from 26 matches.

Manchester A.Z Academy are topping Zone Four with a one point margin and have one un-played match.

Meanwhile, seven walkover wins were recorded across all the four zones in Division One.

FAZ DIVISION ONE

ZONE ONE

Happy Hearts 0-0 Lundazi United

Chipata City Council 3-0 Lusaka Tigers (Walkover)

Wonderful 0-3 Paramilitary (Walkover)

Kafue Celtic vs Katete Rangers (Postponed)

Zesco Malaiti Rangers 0-1 City of Lusaka

Lusaka City Council 0-0 Young Green Buffaloes (Postponed)

Police College 3-1 Riflemen

Petauke United 0-1 Circuit City

ZONE TWO

Kansanshi Dynamos 0-0 Mufulira Wanderers

Trident 2-2 Roan United

Gomes 0-0 Chambishi

ZNS Lwamfumu 1-0 Ndola United

FQMO Roads 1-1 Konkola Blades (Abandoned due to bad weather)

Kashikishi Warriors 2-0 Mufulira Blackpool

Indeni 3-0 Kalulushi Modern Stars

Mining Rangers 0-3 FQMO Mining Operation (Walkover)

ZONE THREE

Kateshi Coffee Bullets 1-1 Real Nakonde

Zambeef 0-0 Tazara Rangers

Isoka Young Stars 3-0 Chindwin Sentries (Walkover)

Mpande Youth Academy 0-0 Muchinga Blue Eagles

Riverside United 3-1 Tazara Express

Prison Leopards 2-0 Mpulungu Harbour

Intersport Youth 3-0 Malalo Police (Walkover)

Kasama United Youth 3-0Kasama Young Fighters (Walkover)

ZONE FOUR

Yeta 3-0 Kascol Rangers (Walkover)

Maramba Stars 2- 1 Zesco Shockers

Young Green Eagles 2-0 Luena Buffaloes

Mazabuka United 2-1 Manchester U. Z. Academy

Kalomo Jetters 1- 0 Chikuni Coops

Mumbwa Medics 2-1 Choma Football Stars

Sinazongwe United 0-0 Zesco Victoria Falls

Livingstone Pirates 0-1 Maamba Energy Stars

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    • Ba Perigo naimwe that wasn’t the headline. LT just changed it after being corrected. The original headline said dwindles to six points

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