Nchanga, Warriors win as Nkana confirm CAF slot
Twelve time super league champions Nkana came from a goal down to beat Mighty Mufurila wanderers. Nkana who had already qualified for continental football prior to kick off after Lusaka Dynamos loss to Kabwe Warriors are fighting for the league but depend on other teams to do them a favour.
Wanderers opened the scoring in the 32nd minute through former Nkana striker Guily Manziba but two second half strikes from Captain Donashano Malama and two time golden boot winner Ronald Kampamba made sure Nkana won the match and move to second place ahead of Green Buffaloes and Zanaco who play their games on Sunday.
Wanderers remain stuck on 17th position with 39 points and need to beat Zesco United in their last game and hope one of the four teams above them lose their final match.
In Chingola, Ghanian talisman Zikuru Adams struck twice for Nchanga Rangers as they came from a goal down to beat relegated Konkola Blades three goals to one and survive relegation with a game to goal.
Rangers have moved to 43 points, One than the highest tally seventeenth placed Mufurila wanderers can reach should they win their last game.
At Levy Mwanawasa Stadium, Webster Muzaza become the seventh player to score a hatrick this season as he guided Forest Rangers to a three one win over relegated City of Lusaka.
Jeff Siamukwanya pulled one back for city of Lusaka in the 68th minute but it was too little to late as forest rangers collected maximum points.
At Sunset Stadium, In an early Kick off Kabwe Warriors captain Monga Chilimba scored from the spot in the fiftieth minute to end Lusaka Dynamos hopes of playing continental football.
Captain Clatous Chota Chama started the Match from the bench and came on the second half but could not conjure up any magic to save his team from defeat.
In the second game Napsa Stars beat Nakambala Leopards two goals to one with goals from U20 AFCON winning captain Solomon Sakala and Striker Emmanuel Okutu.
FULL TIME: FAZ/MTN SUPER LEAGUE WEEK 37
Napsa Stars 2-0 Nakambala Leopards
(Solomon Sakala 7′, Emmanuel Okutu 84′)
Mufulira Wanderers 1-2 Nkana
(32′ G. Manziba | 48′ D. Malama, 65′ R. Kampamba)
Lusaka Dynamos 0-1 Kabwe Warriors (C. Moonga 49′ pen)
Forest Rangers 3-1 City of Lusaka (Muzaza X3 | Jeff Siamukwanya 68′)
Konkola Blades 1-3 Nchanga Rangers ( | Own goal Zikuru Adams 48′ 77′ )
Power Dynamos 4-1 Real Nakonde
FAZ/MTN Super League – ZamFoot
|1||Zesco United FC||38||21||11||6||51||27||24||74|
|4||Green Buffaloes FC||38||20||10||8||47||26||21||70|
|10||Red Arrows FC||38||12||16||10||42||36||6||52|
|20||City of Lusaka||38||3||7||28||29||73||-44||16|
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