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NAPSA HOST KYSA IN RESCHEDULED WEEK 8

NAPSA Stars FC team captain Dickson Chapa says the game against Kabwe Youth Academy today will not be an easy one.
Chapa was saying this in an interview with Napsa Stars FC media after the team’s last training session yesterday before this encounter which is scheduled for Woodlands Stadium at 15hrs.
The team captain said KYSA are a good side despite their position on the log, and was also quick to add that a win is a must for the pensioners especially that they will be hosting KYSA.
“KYSA are playing good football, we watched their game against Power Dynamos and we will not underrate them, but we will also try to use our home advantage and get the maximum points,” Chapa said.
Chapa adds that the team is also trying to move second on the log when they emerge victorious over KYSA today.
Napsa has 18 points going into this game and is sitting on third position with a win against KYSA to give the pensioners a chance of jumping into second position with 21 points, a point better than Red Arrows FC.
Coach Mohamed Fathi is done drilling is 18-man squad to take on KYSA in this encounter.
Meanwhile the two times these two teams have met has seen Napsa beat KYSA once while the other matche ended in barren draws.
Gate Charges for this match have been put at K20 open wing, K50 Grandstand and K100 VIP.

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