By Mercy Chewe
Napsa Stars and Red Arrows are preparing to clash heads in this Saturday’s ABSA Cup final at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka.
Both Napsa and Arrows are aiming to win their second ABSA Cup titles.
Napsa have just secured promotion back to the Super Division while Arrows are celebrating for winning the FAZ Super League title.
In a pre-match interview, Napsa coach Perry Mutapa reiterated that the final against Arrows won’t be easy.
Mutapa has also hailed Arrows for clinching their second league title.
“First of all, congratulations to the Red Arrows. I think they put up a good fight. It is not easy to win the Premier League and I think most importantly they won the league in style. They played the best football in Zambia which is very encouraging seeing as coach from another team,” Mutapa said.
“Coming to the final, I think it won’t be easy and we just have to put up a good fight. We are the underdogs but it is a final we have to put up a good fight,” he told the club media.
“Of course their striking force is very good but also in the league we are coming from we had the best defence so we are going to see,” Mutapa said.