As the Kariba waters keep dropping at supersonic speed, Zesco Malàiti Rangers Coach Wilson Mwale is upbeat that the trend will be reversed with a good cubic sucking of Tanganyika Boys at Mpulungu Harbour.

“Look here; we won’t accept anything less than a convincing performance. We have no choice but to beat them at whatever cost. If anything, the boys know what is at stake, we don’t want to put much pressure on them, but a win for us will be the turning point. Bottom line, we have to beat them,” Mwale said.

Malàiti drew two in a role, and lost the other two; the other being at home to Chambishi (1-2) and recently failed to ‘Switch off’ Chingola town through Brave Nchanga Rangers (0-2).

” We are in desperate search of our first win, and for us, there is no better moment of doing that than now against Mpulungu Harbou,”. said the former Wanderers Coach.

Much as Malàiti will be searching for full maximum points, the Moses Mwambazi tutored ‘Harbour boys’ need to be treated with full respect, otherwise, Zesco can be left with a complete Malaiti shutdown, just as they broke the ‘Circuit’ Button of City F.C, to the point where the latter hurriedly gave up their slot to Nchanga Rangers just after two weeks of roving in the Eden University National League.

The two teams clash this Saturday at Queensmead stadium in the Eden week five Encounter.

In the other FAZ matches, Gomes will be on the road to Chambishi, while Young Green Eagles will at home to test the brevity of Nchanga Rangers.

Zambeef stare in the face of leaders Prison Leopards, while Zesco Shockers will be seeking to avoid more ‘shocks’ at home against Chindwin Sentries after last weekend’s home defeat (0-2) against Celtic.

Joint table toppers, Kafue Celtic, take on Confident Sinazongwe United at OYDC.

Meanwhile, National Assembly will be in serious ‘therapy’ need against Mumbwa Medics in the Show grounds, while stubborn Police College will be out to cage Kitwe United at Lilayi Police Grounds.

On the other side, Indeni is expected to heat up their home ‘slippery oil’ percentage against F.C Muza of Mazabuka at Indeni sports Complex in Ndeke.