Its a must win game – Numba
The 2019 MTN/FAZ transitional Super league season is coming to a conclusion this weekend (25 and 26 May) and Numba Mumamba’s Sensational Zanaco look determined more than ever to finish on a winning note. The bankers explosive start back in January has been diminished by the undecided manner Stream A has shaped up after 17 games played, seeing the streams top 2 positions not yet decided ahead of the final round of matches.
Speaking after the last training session today ahead of saturdays massive clash against Relegation threatened Prison Leapards, the coach is confident that his team will collect maximum points.
“This is a must win game which will put us in a better position to represent this country in continental football,” Numba said.
One thing Numba tactically did earlier in the season after identifying his defensive shortfalls was to employ an attacking emphasis in his game, seeing the team score a total of 38 goals in 17 games. The coach further highlighted on the absence of injured skipper Souleyman Mousa.
“We have replaced Mousa with Boyd Musonda and that will mean Tafadzwa Rusike will play much higher up on the pitch, allowing us to have more control of the ball” he said.
The bankers share equal points (30) with Zesco United and Red Arrows. But with a goal difference of (+11), they are third placed and now more than ever need a win at all costs against Leopards in order for them to stand a chance of qualifing for continental football.
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