By GRACE CHAILE LESOETSA
LEGENDARY Cup winners ‘Mighty’ Mufulira Wanderers host ‘wounded’ Lusaka Dynamos in an anticipated thrilling Week Three fixture at the renowned Shinde Stadium today.
Wanderers have proved more organised and ready for the 2019 transitional Super League challenge having recorded a 3-0 win over Prison Leopards before drawing 1-1 against Red Arrows.
A win in today’s match will push Wanderers to top of Stream A with seven points, two points better than current leaders Zesco United who are on joint six points with Zanaco.
The Mufulira outfit will not have an easy day at work as Dynamos seek redemption following last Sunday’s 5-2 bashing to Zanaco. With only a point in their bag, Dan Kabwe hopes the Lusaka outfit can silence Wanderers.
Coach Justin Chinama in an interview said Wanderers will put in everything to ensure they keep a good record at home.
Wanderers will look to Mathews Macha and Brian Chewe for the much needed goals.
Kabwe said his team will not afford to record another win, so they are shaped for a win.
In Stream B, Power Dynamos host Nkwazi at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe.
Coach Kelvin Kaindu will be under-pressure to deliver at home coming from a 2-0 loss to Green Eagles. Nkwazi have not been impressive in the last two games against Napsa Stars and Forest Rangers as they seemed to lack match fitness.
In other Stream B fixtures, league debutants Maestro United of Zambia (MUZA) host Eagles at Nakambala Leopards while Napsa Stars will be at home against Circuit City.
Arrows will be away in Kabwe against Prison Leopards in Stream A fixture and Green Buffaloes host Nakambala Leopards.