By MICHAEL MIYOBA
WEEK-19 of the 2018/2019 Wildcat Premier Futsal League produced some interesting results as the ‘game of the week’ involving K-Line FC and Chiparamba ended in a 3-3 stalemate at Automotive Futsal Arena in Lusaka.
K-Line who were seeking maximum three points to reclaim fifth position on the 14-team Wildcat Premier Futsal League table failed to overcome Chiparamba who are lying on 7th position.
The stalemate however pushed both K-Line FC and Chiparamba to 28 points with K-Line occupying sixth position on the league table because of having a better goal difference.
K-Line have scored 127 goals and have allowed 93-goals in 19-game while Chiparamba boast of having a goal deference of 6-goals after allowing 97-goals compared to the 103-goals scored.
Another much anticipated week-19 fixture involving Castle Five FC and Tamanga Juldan produced another stalemate as both teams settled for a 4-4 score line.
The result was shocking for Castle Five who were anticipating maximum three points to reclaim third position on the league table.
Meanwhile, Automotive FC maintained their unbeaten record after walloping Vector Academy 13-1 at Futsal Arena.
The win escalated the defending champions to 57-points, six points ahead of second placed Indy Bullets who beat George FC 7-3 to maintain their unbeaten record.
In other matches played over the weekend, struggling Parmalat FC picked its fourth win of the season after overcoming Saints Gomes 12-5 in a 17 goal three at Automotive Futsal Arena.
Printech FC whitewashed CSS Futsal Club 6-0 while Alliance Inter maintained its five game winning streak after overcaming Pembe Beetles 4-1.
Castle Five FC 4-4 Tamanga Juldan
CSS Futsal Club 0-6 Printech FC
K-Line 3-3 Chiparamba FC
Parmalat 12-5 Saints Gomes
Pembe Beetles 1-4 Alliance Inter FC
Vector Academy 1-13 Automotive FC
Indy Bullets 7-3 George FC