Victory against Sudanese giants Al Hilal this evening will earn Zambia’s Nkana a quarter final slot in the CAF Confederation Cup.
Nkana go into the final round of the CAF Confederation Cup group stage as Group C leaders on nine points, one clear of Al Hilal.
At Levy Mwanawasa stadium in Ndola, Zesco United welcome Asante Kotoko, having already been eliminated from the competition.
The Zambian champions will however want to prove a point by bowing out on a high, as they have failed to win any match in their last seven games.
The match kicks off at 18:00 hours.
Meanwhile, in the MTN FAZ transitional Super League, Kabwe Warriors yesterday shot to the summit of Stream A with a 1-NIL win over town rivals Prison Leopards.
Warriors move to 16-points, two better than second-placed ZANACO who play Mighty Mufulira Wanderers this afternoon at Sunset stadium.
And Nkwazi have reclaimed top slot of Stream B after a resounding 3-NIL win over Circuit City at Edwin Imboela Stadium in Lusaka.
The Zambia Police-sponsored side move to 15-points, two better than second placed Power Dynamos who face Forest Rangers in a late Monday kick-off.
Meanwhile, FC MUZA recorded their first win of the season after they beat NAPSA Stars 1-nil at Woodlands stadium.
Green Eagles beat Lumwana Radiants 1-NIL away to move to third place in Stream B on 13-points while in Stream A Nakambala Leopards drew nil all against Red Arrows.
The match between Kitwe United and Green Buffaloes was abandoned because of heavy rains and will be replayed.