Kalampa secure Tusker friendly…and opts to camp in Lusaka
Nkana will face Tusker on Monday afternoon in East Africa in their final practice match.
And the Zambian glamour side will set camp in Lusaka this week instead of flying back to Kitwe from Nairobi.
The 12 times league Champions are expected back in the country on Tuesday.
Nkana will face Zanaco in the semi finals of the Samuel Zoom Ndhovu Charity Shield this weekend at Nkoloma Stadium on 3rd March.
The Beston Chambeshi side are then expected to fly to North Africa where a first leg against Algerian side CR Belouizdad awaits them on 6th March.
Back to Kenya, the practice match against the a record 11 times league Champions Tusker will be played on Monday at 14h00 East African time.
On Saturday, a Festus Mbewe goal earned the Kitwe giants a 1-1 draw against Gor Mahia in their first match of the tour of Kenya.
Nkana’s played to a goalless stalemate against Zimbabwe’s Platinum Stars before demolishing First Quantum Minerals 4-0.
Chambeshi has an array of stars at his disposal and a fit squad.
At the back, has the likes of Diego Apanene, John Mwengani, Aaron Katebe and the veteran Joseph Musonda.
Shadreck Musonda, Ronald ‘Sate Sate’ Kampamba, Walter Bwalya, Mbewe and Idriss Mbombo are some of the attacking players at Pa Chilata.
Nkana finished fourth last season to secure continental football.
While Green Buffaloes has already bowed out from the Confederations Cup, the game against CR Belouizdad will Kalampa’s first as they were on a bye.
This year Nkana is being viewed as one of the title contenders alongside Buffaloes, Zanaco and Zesco United.
Powrr Dynamos and Big spenders duo Buildcon and Lusaka Dynamos will be the dark horses.
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