Domestic Leagues world over have gone on a break as the International break swings into action, However, Power Dynamos and FC MUZA will be in action. 

As the Chipolopolo Boys take on Comoros away in Moroni, Two Super League games will be on with Champions Power Dynamos taking on log leaders Nkwazi while FC MUZA visit Nkoloma Stadium. 

At Arthur Davies Stadium, Power Dynamos will be searching for their first win of the season having drawn their opening two games. 

Nkwazi on the other hand will be looking for a third straight win. 

The Zambia Police sponsored outfit beat Konkola Blades 1-0 before edging ZESCO United by a similar scoreline. 

Oswald Mutapa seems to have found a winning formula at Edwin Imboela Stadium with his youthful side who have started their life after Andrew Mupande and Justin Shonga who have joined Green Buffaloes and Gagra FC ( Georgia) respectively. 

The last five games between the two teams have not produced more than 2 goals. 

Should Nkwazi win this game this will be their best start in over seven seasons. 

Mutapa will bank on the likes of Joseph Sabobo Banda, Stephen Mutama, Julius Kumwenda and Brian Masanyinga.

Mwenya Chipepo could unleash Congolese winger Bebe Onka Musangala who was impressive with Trident FC in the ABSA Cup. 

Andy Boyeli is expected to lead the attack for Abayellow with Joshua ‘Budo’ Mutale and Fredrick Mulambia being the creative duo in the middle of the park. 

At Nkoloma, FC MUZA will be looking to record their second win of the season when they visit Chelstone Area. 

The hosts will want to beat the CAF Confederation Cup representatives after the incident from last season. 

FC MUZA were awarded three points after an incident at Nkoloma Stadium something Red Arrows may have not forgotten. Arrows were also fined K20,000. 

Chisi Mbewe and his players will have that in their minds as they prepare to face the Mathews coached outfit. 

MUZA are coming off an impressive 2-0 win over newcomers Mutondo Stars and will look to build on that. 

Striker Andrew Phiri has hit the back of the net three times in the last three games for the Elegant Dynamites and will look to keep that going. 

The Airmen are searching for their first win against the Mazabuka based outfit. 

MTN Super League Rescheduled week 2|. Saturday, 9th September, 2023 

15:00 – Power Dynamos vs Nkwazi| Arthur Davies Stadium

15:00 Red Arrows vs FC MUZA| Nkoloma 

By ZamFoot