Buildcon, Nkwazi lock horns


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With Green Eagles already qualified to the CAF champion’s league, the focus in stream B is on the battle for second spot is between Buildcon and Nkwazi FC.

Buildcon and Nkwazi are second and third on the log that separates the sides by two points on 30 and 28 respectively, going into this afternoon’s week 18 fixture.

The former has an advantage going into the last game of the season as it only needs an outright win to secure a spot in continental football.

A slip up for the Ndola-based side and a win for Nkwazi might send the police sponsored outfit into continental football for the first time in their history.

History too beckons for Nkwazi who were only founded three years ago as they also look set to make into Africa’s premiere soccer competition.

A top two slot for either will also earn them a place in the inaugural ABSA Cup competition.

Nkwazi play away to relegation threatened Lumwana Radiants who are 0n number 8 on 15 points and need an outright win to remain in safe waters.

Buildcon face a tricky fixture away to Power Dynamos who are safe but want to avoid defeat , to redeem themselves from a troubled season that has seen the Kitwe side yet again  finishing the league without any trophy.

A win and qualification into the CAF continental games for Buildcon would pay off dividends for a team that has invested heavily by bringing in so many high profile players in its ranks.

The rest of the fixtures in the stream are as follows:

15:00 Power Dynamos Vs Buildcon

(Arthur Davies Stadium-Live on SuperSport)

15:00 Circuit City Vs Nkana

(Edwin Imboela Stadium)

15:00 Forest Rangers Vs FC MUZA

(Levy Mwanawasa Stadium)

15:00 Lumwana Radiants Vs Nkwazi

(Lumwana Stadium)

15:00 NAPSA Stars Vs Green Eagles

(Woodlands Stadium)


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