The MTN Super League is back in action this weekend after the international break.
Zambia was involved in 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers recording a win and loss.
The local league will see six matches taking centre stage on Saturday with three games slated for Sunday.
Defending Super League Champions, Power Dynamos will return to Super League action on Saturday.
Abayellow takes on FC MUZA in a week thirteen encounter at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe.
This will be Power’s fourth match under the new leadership of coach Linos Makwaza.
Makwaza has guided Abayellow to two wins and a draw in the three games he has been in charge.
Coach Makwaza has won a match so far since taking up the role and is yet to win this season.
Power Sits on 6th position with 20 points and a point behind FC MUZA who are currently in 4th position.
At the Godfrey Ucar Chitalu Stadium, there is a double header as Prison Leopards host Mufulira Wanderers while Kabwe Warriors face Zanaco.
At Edwin Imboela Stadium, Nkwazi host Trident FC while Green Eagles welcome struggling NAPSA Stars.
Mwenya Chipepo will start his life as Forest Rangers head coach with a trip to Chililabombwe to take on Konkola Blades.
Chipepo recently penned a two year deal with Forest Rangers.
MTN SUPER LEAGUE WEEK 13 FIXTURES
Saturday, 25 November 2023
13h00 Prison Leopards Vs Mufulira Wanderers | Godfrey Chitalu Stadium | Live on SuperSport 229 Variety 4 and GOtv
15h00 Kabwe Warriors Vs ZANACO | Godfrey Chitalu Stadium | Live on SuperSport 229 Variety 4 and GOtv
15h00 Power Dynamos Vs FC MUZA | Arthur Davies Stadium
15h00 Nkwazi Vs Trident FC | Edwin Imboela Stadium
15h00 Green Eagles Vs NAPSA Stars | Independence Stadium
15h00 Konkola Blades Vs Forest Rangers | Konkola Stadium
Sunday, 26 November 2023
14h00 Kansanshi Dynamos Vs Red Arrows | Nchanga Stadium
15h00 ZESCO United Vs Nkana |Levy Mwanawasa Stadium| Live on SuperSport 229 Variety 4 and GOtv
15h00 Green Buffaloes Vs Mutondo Stars | Edwin Imboela Stadium
By Precious Bwale