Kitwe United captain Moses Lolozi is sure struggling Chingalika will survive relegation as the transitional FAZ Super Division season closes.
With two matches left to play in the campaign, Kitwe are second from the bottom of Stream A with 11 points, one point below the relegation line, after 16 matches played.
The Buchi Boys on Saturday forced a 1-1 draw against Lusaka Dynamos at home in Kitwe to remain in the race for survival.
“Getting a draw against Lusaka Dynamos is a plus for us. We were coming from back to back losses. It has added advantage to our survival hopes,” Lolozi said.
Kitwe’s next match is against Green Buffaloes away in Lusaka.
“I have great hopes that we will survive relegation. We just have to play the remaining matches as they come,” he said.
“We are not giving up. We just have to keep on fighting,” Lolozi said.
This is Kitwe’s second season in the top league after spending a decade in Division One.