Leaders Power Dynamos have been held to a 3-3 draw by Kabwe Warriors in their MTN Super League clash on Sunday, extending their advantage at the top of the table to six points.
Dynamos trailed three times in the game but found an equaliser on each occasion as Andy Boyeli (one penalty) netted a brace and Joshua Mutale got the other.
Warriors also had two penalties in the game as Akakulubelwa Mwachiaba scored a brace and Ocean Mushure got the other.
On Saturday, Second-placed Forest Rangers slipped to a 3-1 loss to visitors Nkana FC thanks to a brace from David Kabala for the visitors. Harrison Chisala had given them the lead, while Rangers got a late consolation after Derrick Mukombozi’s own goal.
A brace from Golden Mashata kept Green Buffaloes in third place as they defeated relegation-threatened Nkwazi 2-0 away from home.
FC MUZA stayed in fourth as they claimed a 1-0 victory over ZESCO United as Andrew Phiri’s first-half penalty separated the two sides. The three points kept up the promoted side’s push for CAF competition places next season.
Defending champions Red Arrows finally found some top form as they thumped Chambishi 5-1, which included a goal for 43-year-old James Chamanga. Albert Kangwanda, Paul Katema, Conlyde Luchanga and George Chaloba got the other goals for Arrows.
The lone strike for fourth-bottom Chambishi came from Walford Sikanyika just past the hour mark.
Gift Mwansa scored a brace and Aaron Musore and Lewis Macha got the others as Green Eagles thumped bottom-side Buildcon.
NAPSA Stars and Kansanshi Dynamos played to a goalless draw, while a goal in the final minute from Junior Zulu handed Prison Leopards a 1-0 win over Nchanga Rangers.
Finally, Lumwana Radiants and Zanaco played to a 1-1 draw. Chawanangwa Kaonga put the latter in front in the first half, but just three minutes later Douglas Silavwe equalised for the home side.