THIRD placed Nkana will be out to consolidate their position on the MTN/FAZ Super League table when they travel to Imboela stadium to face old foes and improved Nkwazi as the MTN/FAZ Super League enters week 16 this afternoon.
And fourth placed Power Dynamos faces former coach Tenant Chilumba’s Kabwe Warriors in what is expected to be a thrilling encounter at Godfrey ‘Ucar’ Chitalu stadium live on SuperSport.
The Warriors-Power match will be preceded by the lunch-time kick-off between Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy and NAPSA Stars.
Nkana and Zesco United have given the best away performances each without a loss out of the seven away games so far.
But the Wusakili boys face a litmus away opponent that handed a painful 2-1 defeat at the same venue last season to all but end their hopes of the title pursuit.
Having collected two consecutive home victories, stand-in coach Manfred Chabinga will be feeling positive going into this with a win taking them within touching distance of second placed Green Buffaloes who only plays their fixture tomorrow.
“We just have to go there with a positive mindset, of course to try and do well but it will be a very difficult game against Nkwazi,” said Chabinga after the win against Red Arrows last week.
Struggling Nchanga Rangers host National Assembly hoping to start picking points while tough-tested Green Eagles host improved Buildcon at Independence stadium in Choma.
At Garden Park in Kitwe, two inconsistent teams face off seeking recovery when Kitwe United host former champions Zanaco.
Another struggling team, Nakambala Leopards, host fellow strugglers Lumwana Radiants.
The game between Lusaka Dynamos and Forest Rangers has been postponed.