Big three out to collect maximum points: Malawi TNM Super League

Three big teams are on the roads in the seventh week of the TNM Super League this coming weekend.

Bullets coach Nswazurimo Ramadhan conducting training

Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Be Forward are in the central region while Airtel Top 8 Champions, Silver Strikers are invading the northern region town of Mzuzu.

All the three teams are fulfilling their second outings of the season, and are expected to maintain their impressive form they have demonstrated in the past weeks at home turfs.

Silver’s first outing to the south  was not impressive as they came back with two points from two game s  after  two draws against Azama Tigers 0-0 and wizard 0-0.

Wanderers had a fruitful outing in the first week of the season after they beat  TNM defending champions, Kamuzu Barracks 1-0at Bingu National stadium.

Bullets had a mixed fortunate as they collected a point from two game in Mzuzu after losing to moyale 0-1  and a barren draw against new comers, Chitipa united 0-0.

This time around, Wanderers are to play two games on the road and the bullets and banker are already used to this type of schedule following their opening fixture of first week of the season.

In Mzuzu, the Bankers are up against bottom side Chitipa United on Saturday  at Mzuzu stadium  and they face Moyale Barracks 24 hours later in what is being described a test match for them.

Wanderers are at Chitowe stadium in Dwangwa on Saturday to battle it out against Dwangwa  United before heading to the Capital the next day to meet Mafco at Civo stadium.

The crowd pullers and people’s team, Bullets are camping at area 30’s Nankhaka stadium to face below form Blue Eagles before heading to Dedza the next day to handle new kids on the block Master Security.

The three giants need to maintain their winning streak in order to enhance their title ambitions and give a meaningful chase to leaders.

Silver and Wanderers are in caught up games they have played three and tow games respectively since the start of the season.

A defeat or a draw to any of the three will put them at disadvantage of trying to catch up with current league leaders, Red Lions who are on the summit of the log table with 12 points from six games.

“I think of the three teams have one tough assignments on the road but it will all depend on how they will perform. They have 100 percent chances of collecting six points. Although sometimes these games are unpredictable but taking into account their past performance, they need to come out clean,” observed Bernard Mussa, a soccer follower based in Mchinji.

He said for the Lilongwe fans,  the Eagles and Bullets game is a must watch encounter and in Mzuzu is the Moyale and Silver match.

Mussa said Sunday it will be Mafco and Wanderers , owing to their pre-season encounter in which Mafco  emerged winners  after beating the Lali lubani boys 3-0 in Blantyre.

He said Wanderers will have to take a different approach to the game in order to over the much determined Salima based soldiers.

The other fixtures over Saturday are Kamuzu Barracks vs Civil at Civo stadium, Azam Tigers vs   Blantyre United at Kalulu stadium in Nchalo.

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