Power Dynamos on Sunday maintained a fairly healthy six-point lead at the top of the FAZ Super League table after a 3-3 home draw against Kabwe Warriors at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe.
Four goals alone came in the opening 32 minutes of the first half in a match Power missed a great opportunity to open an eight-point lead.
Warriors opened the show with a 2nd minute Akakulubelwa Mwachiyaba penalty.
But Joshua Mutale equalised in the 18th minute from close-range after beating Warriors goalkeeper Danny Munyao.
Parity lasted just two minutes when Mwachiyaba completed his brace with a fine header.
The pendulum swung Power’s way in the 32 minute when Andy Boyeli fired in his first of two goals of the afternoon as the two sides headed into the break.
Both sides took their feet off the peddle in the first quarter of the first half until the 68th minute when warriors were awarded a soft penalty after Aaron Katebe was adjudged to have handled the ball.
Ocean Mushere stepped up to give Warriors the lead for the third and final time in the contest.
However, four minutes later Power also won a penalty after Kilian Kanguluma used brute force to bundle Mutale to the ground.
Boyeli fired in the ball to see Power stay unbeaten for 14 straight games as they chase their first league title since 2011.
Power has 47 points from 25 games played while Forest is second on 41 points.
Warriors are at number 12 with 31 points.