Football Association of Malawi (FAM) President Walter Nyamilandu on Monday watched Flames last training session before they face Guinea and told the players to die for their mother Malawi.
Flames play Guinea at the Kamuzu Stadium in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Group L qualifier.
It is a must win for the Flames who have two points from a possible nine and are yet to register a win in their group.
“Tuesday’s game is a must win for us to remain in contention for qualification. But holding Guinea away we have shown that we can do better and let’s get a win on Tuesday,” said Nyamilandu a former national team defender himself.
“Go there and work hard but above all pray to God for spiritual guidance,” said Nyamilandu.
Flames coach Ernest Mtawali said his troops are capable of upsetting the tables and urged fans to rally behind the team for the entire game.
Mtawali said basing on the first leg match when they created a lot of chances he has confidence of collecting maximum points.
“The formation will change in this game since we will be playing at home and I am confident my charges will make it,” said Mtawali.
Flames senior player Joseph Kamwendo said they are ready to die for their mother land.
“We are geared for this match and the morale in camp is high,” he said.
Meanwhile, Zimbabwe has beaten Swaziland 4-0 to top group L with 8 points seconded by Swaziland who have 5 points while Malawi and Guinea have 2 points each.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :