Napsa Stars will this weekend host Stream B weeping boys Maestro United Zambia (MUZA) as they aim to end their three game dry spell.
Napsa have managed to collect nine points so far and sit in seventh place, Four points adrift of log leaders Powerful Power dynamos.
Their opponents MUZA are still searching for their first win of the season and sit bottom of Stream B with only a point to their name after six games.
Coach Mohamed Fathi and his players are expected to carry the day as they return to their home Woodlands Stadium. Rwanda National team striker Laudit Mavugo is expected to lead the attack as Napsa look to climb up on the log.
15:00 Napsa Stars Vs FC MUZA