Power Dynamos and FC Muza have stepped up preparations at home ahead of their CAF Club games this weekend.
Power will host Namibian side African Stars in the CAF Champions League this Saturday at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium after losing the first leg by 2-1 in South Africa.
Muza, who grabbed an away 1-1 draw against Cano Sport of Equatorial Guinea; will play the return Confederation Cup match on Sunday at Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.
Expectations are high as these two sides play decisive games this weekend.
Soccer analyst Faith Kaira Sunzu is expecting Power and Muza to up their game as they play the return fixtures at home.
“We are expecting that the two Zambians will at all cost win these games. Playing away games first was good and now they have an opportunity to amend their mistakes,” she remarked.
Sunzu has told Radio Icengelo Sports that Power and Muza must be cautious to avoid an early exit from CAF games.