Nkana on Saturday return to FAZ Super Division action when they visit Power Dynamos at Arthur Davies in the second instalment of the 2019 Kitwe derby.

Kalampa take on Power seven days after being eliminated from the 2018/19 CAF Confederation Cup at the quarterfinal stage via a 3-2 aggregate loss to Tunisians CS Sfaxien.

Nkana will now be playing catch up as they have six unplayed matches in Pool B.

Power thumped Nkana 2-0 in the first round match played in Wusakile last February.

“This game matters a lot especially for us. We messed up in the first leg against Power as we lost. We are looking forward to Saturday game,” Nkana coach Beston Chambeshi said.

Nkana are second from the bottom of the table with 9 points from seven matches played while fifth placed Power have 17 points.

This derby marks the start of Coach Fordson Kabole’s second reign at Arthur Davies after replacing dismissed Kelvin Kaindu last Tuesday.

‘These derbies are very difficulty so we don’t predict. We will just put in more effort. No prediction,’ Kabole said in a pre-match interview.

Kabole was Chambeshi’s boss at Power before being fired in 2012.

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  1. Kalampa are hopeless with their current coach. Equally, ford kabole is too old to bring any fortunes for power dynamos. They are all chasing after the wind. Kikikikiki…agony!



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