Inconsistent Power dynamos face struggling Circuit City
Kitwe based Super league giants Power Dynamos will this weekend face Circuit City in a week 14 fixture to be played at the Woodlands Stadium.
According to Power Dynamos Media, Coach Fordson Kabole has not made a lot of changes to last weekend’s squad that lost to Nkana by 2-0 with the only notable change that of Lawrence Mulenga who has been replaced with young Dominic Nzala. Midfield ace Larry Bwalya is set to miss the match due to injury.
Godfrey Ngwenya, who last played for Power against Nkana in the first leg of the Kitwe derby in which Aba Yellow won 2-0 at Nkana stadium in February, was on light training this week alongside Defender Faustin Bakodila but both are unavailable for selection this weekend on their road to full recovery.
Other players that have been left out of the squad are Captain Alex Ngo’nga, Zimbabwean international Jimmy Djingai, goal minder Joshua Titima and enterprising attacking midfielder Kasimu Titus Glover who is ruled out for the rest of the season.
Sixth placed, Power have lost six games this term with their last win coming in week 10 against relegation fighting MUZA Fc. Aba Yellow have failed to keep up with the pace of log leaders after 13 rounds of matches are trailing log leaders Green Eagles by 10 points with only four matches to play before the end of the transitional season.
Circuit City have failed to replicate the form that the showed in the first part of the transitional season, in the second half the Lusaka side has failed to pick a win their last six matches. Coach Mathews Phiri has stressed the need for his players to start scoring after going down 3-2 to Forest Rangers last Friday.
The match will kick-off at 13:00Hrs.
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