Power Dynamos still in contention – Chilumba
Power Dynamos coach Tenant Chilumba says his team is still in contention to win the MTN FAZ Super League title despite his team being in third position ahead of the final round of games this Saturday.
Speaking ahead of the week 30 match against relegation threatened Nakambala Leopards, Chilumba said he has prepared his team to win the final game.
“We are ready we are still in contention, Chilumba said.
“We have been talking to the boys and psyching them, I think they are ready.”
With Power Dynamos hoping for other results in the Zanaco and Zesco game to go their way, Chilumba said he was not concerned with what was happening in the opponents camp but only looking at his team.
“We just have to collect maximum points and we are not looking at Zesco or Zanaco we are looking at our game, we just have to collect maximum points,” the Power Dynamos mentor said.
And log leaders Zanaco are also confident that they will be crowned champions at the end of the week 30 fixtures.
Zanaco coach Aggrey Chiyangi said his team is very confident going into the closing match of the league.
“We are very confident. we have prepared well despite knowing Red Arrows are fighting relegation,” Chiyangi said.
“On our part we have done our work we have prepared the players for this game. Our target is to lift the 2014 MTN FAZ championship,” he added.
Zanaco will welcome back to Rodrick Kabwe who had been away with the national team despite not playing a game in the two Africa Cup of Nations qualifying games.
Zesco on the other hand will welcome defence pillar Nyambe Mulenga who was missed as the Ndola side gave up leadership of the log after slumping to a 2 – 0 loss away at Nakambala.
Coach George Lwandamina will also welcome back skipper and league top scorer Jackson Mwanza who missed the game against Nakambala.
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