Buildcon or Nkwazi, who will join Green Eagles?
The drama in stream A came to the climax on Saturday and participants in both the CAF Leagues and the ABSA Cup were confirmed.
Rampant Zesco United topped the stream A after beating Kitwe United while Zanaco edged out Red Arrows thanks to their superior goal difference.
Stream B still has a lot to offer as it is concluding on Sunday afternoon.
With top spot already secured by Green Eagles, second position is up for grabs with both Buildcon and Nkwazi vying the position. The two teams are separated by only 2 points.
A win for Nkwazi, who away in North Western Province against Lumwana, will the Chris Kaunda coached side pip the Ndola side to second position.
In Emmanuel Chabula, Nkwazi has a striker who can deliver the odds upfront.
Buildcon has a tricky encounter against Power Dynamos but the money bags are favourites to collect maximum points.
Buildcon has never been this close to playing Continental football since they won promotion in 2017. Team Kopala only needs one point to cement the second position as they have a superior goal difference.
Coach Srdjan Zivojnov has played a key role in ensuring that Buildcon reaches this far, he has installed unit among the players and they are playing as a team unlike some seasons ago were they depended on individuals to produce moments of magic.
The tactician has prepared the boys mentally and the look ready to play against the big boys of African football.
Elsewhere Circuit City host Nkana at Edwin Imboela Stadium while Stream A Champions Green Eagles are away at Woodlands Stadium against Napsa Stars.
And finally Perry Mutapa’s Forest Rangers host MUZA in Ndola.
15:00 Power Dynamos Vs Buildcon
(Arthur Davies Stadium-Live on SuperSport)
15:00 Circuit City Vs Nkana
(Edwin Imboela Stadium)
15:00 Forest Rangers Vs FC MUZA
(Levy Mwanawasa Stadium)
15:00 Lumwana Radiants Vs Nkwazi
15:00 NAPSA Stars Vs Green Eagles
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