Nkana edge out Arrows to go third

Nkana urged Red Arrows to move 3rd

NKANA moved into third position and boosted chances of finishing in the top four with a resounding 2-1 victory over Red Arrows in a tightly contested week 35 match of the FAZ Super League on Saturday at Nkoloma Stadium. Striker Ronald Kampamba and midfielder maestro Jacob Ngulube scored in second half to hand Nkana second straight win a row and end 2 year winless streak against Arrows in Lusaka. Unmarked Kampamba put Nkana in front in the 55th minute when he beat Arrows goalkeeper Danny Munyau to take his goal tally to seven this season. Ngulube doubled the lead from a set piece in 62nd minute after converting a Shadreck Musonda cross before Festus Mbewe scored the consolation in stoppage time. The win means

Jimmy Chisenga own goal help Nkana edge Arrows and move third

Passionate Nkana fan

Jimmy Chisenga's 40th minute own goal in the week 16 match at Nkana Stadium gifted Nkana a third straight win as they beat Arrows 1-0. Nkana beat Red Arrows at home in Kitwe to move third on the MTN - FAZ super league 2017 table. Danny Silavwe made his second appearance and was voted Gotv and Nkana FC supporters man of the match. The win over Arrows has pushed Nkana to 25 points from 16 games played.   In Lumwana, Musonda Siame's goal was the difference of the two sides as Zeddy Sailet's side ended Lusaka Dynamos Four games unbeaten run. Lumwana moved fourth on the table just behind Nkana. Elsewhere leaders Napsa Stars continued with their winning streak when beat Konkola Blades away in Chililabombwe.

Nkana Hopes For CAF Confederation

Nkana football club 2016

  Nkana hopes for caf confederation cup as they battle to finish the league in the second position. But Zesco United is equally eyeing the second position that makes the seasonal finale batttle more interesting and predictive.   As at week 32, Nkana have won 20 games, 12 at home and 8 away. Kalampa managed to keep clean sheets in 12 games. ¬†Of the 12 clean sheets, 5 were recorded at home and 7 away from home.   Nkana (Kalampa) have lost 6 times, drawn 6, conceded 30 goals and netting 55 goals. 38 goals have been scored at home Nkana Stadium while 17 are away goals. Nkana's defence has allowed 16 goals at home and 14 away.   They have accumulated a total of 66 points