It was a quiet but fairly productive weekend overall for most of our foreign-based regulars.
-Amazulu/Maritzburg United: Midfielder Rally Bwalya played the full 90 minutes on Friday in Amazulu’s 1-1 away draw against Maritzburg United.
Compatriot and striker Friday Samu came on in the 76th minute for Maritzburg.
-Sekhukhune United: Goalkeeper Toaster Nsabata was on the bench on Saturday in Sekhukune’s 2-0 away loss to Marumo Gallants.
-SuperSport United: Striker Gampani Lungu on Saturday came on in the 76th minute of the second-placed sides’ 2-0 home win over Cape Town City FC.
The Serbian league resumed over the weekend after the long winter break and on Saturday leaders and defending league champions Red Star Belgrade drew 1-1 at home with number 5 side Vojvodina.
Midfielder Kings Kangwa came on in the 62nd minute in a match both side’s goals came in the first half.
-Rangers: Striker Fashion Sinkala played the opening 62 minutes for second placed Rangers on Saturday but was not on target in the second positioned clubs’ 2-0 home win over third from last Ross County.
-Ayr United: Defender Frankie Musonda continues with his rehabilitation from two-month injury spell and missed Friday’s top two Scottish Championship division clash against leaders Queens Park that the latter won 2-0.
Winger Lameck Banda came on in the 74th minute of 14th positioned Lecce’s 2-0 away win over bottom placed Cremonese on Saturday with the victory already secured.
Striker Patson Daka was an unused substitute in Saturday’s 4-2 away win over Aston Villa.