Kabwe Warriors tops FAZ super league after 10 weeks (see other top and bottom teams)


Kabwe Warriors sit at the top of FAZ Super League after Week 10 encounters that were played over the weekend.

Warriors currently have 21 points after their 3-0 thumping of Green Buffaloes on Saturday at Railways Stadium in Kabwe.

MUZA FC are a close second with just a point behind the league leaders on 20 points, after beating Prison Leopards 2 goals to nil.

Its however still very tight at the top as Red Arrows sit in third position on 19 points, after drawing 1-all against champions Power Dynamos.

Read more: Super League: Win over Kabwe Warriors morale booster —Red Arrows coach, Kakonje

Fourth placed Zesco United just three points behind Arrows, after drawing 1-all against the bankers, ZANACO.

Trident FC are still in the relegation zone after seventh placed mighty Mufulira Wanderers registered a 2-1 win against the North Westerners.

Trident are yet to record a win in the FAZ Super League campaign this far.

Nkana who have only won a match once this season, are second from bottom on 6 points, just one above Trident, which is the same number of points as Prison Leopards who are equally fighting relegation.

Kalampa’s 3-1 loss to Nkwazi on Sunday just compounded the misery of the record 13 time league holders.

Kansanshi Dynamos is three points ahead which is however still not enough for the team to climb out of the relegation zone.

Below is the full list of Week 10 Super League results.

Forest Rangers 1-0 NAPSA Stars

Red Arrows 1-1 Power Dynamos

FC MUZA 2-0 Prison Leopard

Kabwe Warriors 3-0 Green Buffaloes

Mutondo Stars 0-1 Konkola Blades

Trident FC 1-2 Mufulira Wanderers


Nkana 1-3 Nkwazi

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