In an interview with Goal Diggers! Coach Chambeshi said the Kalampa knew what was at stake and were looking forward to collecting maximum results with a clean sheet.
“I’m well aware that Swallows is fighting to get out of the relegation zone and we are also fighting to get and stay in the top four. We are going to play for everything and we will not underrate Swallows,” he said.
And Chambeshi also said he was happy with the physical fitness of his side saying no player was nursing an injury.
Meanwhile, New Monze Swallows acting coach Aggrey Sichoonga said his side would have to overcome all odds and play to win all the games that were remaining.
“We are struggling in many areas but my focus is on winning every remaining game and hopefully get out of the relegation zone. It will not be an easy game against Nkana but will pray and play to win, ” Sichoonga said.
In related news on Monday, Power Dynamos sunk the Lumwana Radiants, off the pitch with a 3-0 victory, a result that saw Power move two points above the Kalampa who have 46 points.
Kabwe Warriors was hunted down in a 1-0 show by a highly motivated Buildcon, making it its second consecutive loss.
The next fixture pins Power Dynamos against the police side struggling to score goals despite numerous chances it creates, Nkwazi.