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Nkana seek to end four-match winless drought

Sports Nkana seek to end four-match winless drought

Nkana will be searching for their first win in four matches when they visit Napsa Stars on Wednesday in a rescheduled FAZ Super Division match at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka.

Struggling Kalampa last won on 27 April when beating FC MUZA 2-1 at home in Wusakile, Kitwe.

Fifth placed Napsa have 22 points, three ahead of seventh positioned Nkana, who have played two matches less.

Both teams recorded draws in their last Stream B matches at the weekend.

With two round of matches left to play in the season, Nkana coach Beston Chambeshi admits Nkana are almost out of the title race.

Nkana are 13 points behind Stream B leaders Green Eagles despite having two un-played matches.

“We just have to maintain our status in the league,” Chambeshi said.

Nkana beat Napsa 3-1 in the first round match played on February 6 at Nkana Stadium.

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