Bullets invade capital city, Ng’onamo cautions his troops

Big Bullets will this Saturday and Sunday have two assignments in the elite TNM Super League as they invade the Capital City.

The Peoples team, who  are basking on seventh slot with 11 points  have a tricky assignment on Saturday against Blue Eagles at Nankhaka before taking on limping Epac Fc at  Silver Strikers.

The cops, who are on position  11 with 9 points had a fruitful weekend last Sunday in the commercial city after a 3-1 victory to Blantyre United.

Wake up

Bullets will be invading Lilongwe knowing that they are yet to pick form in the league unlike in cups.

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The team is in the finals of the 2012-2013 Presidential Cup and they also grabbed the Carlsberg Community Shield Cup after beating their rivals, Mighty Wanderers 1-0.

Bullets Coach, Eding’ton Ng’onamo indicated that his troops need to be on fire in the league observing that their performance was not encouraging.

“We need to do something before it is too late. Last season, we were fighting for relegation and we cannot afford the same thing this season,” said Ng’onamo.

However, the coach will breathe a sigh of relief following the comeback of his two regulars, Gabadihno Mhango and Chimango ‘Black Berry’ Kayira, who missed their previous encounter against Red Lions due to suspensions.

On the other camp, the Cops tactician, Declek Nsakakuwona vows not to disappoint their fans come Saturday.

Nsakakuwona stressed that his charges are ready for the epic battle.

He will bank all his hopes on rejuvenated captain, Peter ‘Shoes’ Mgangira, Kenneth Mponda, Charles Ngosi and Flames  striker John Banda to gun down the People’s team in the capital city.

Other fixtures

In another mouth watering fixture, visiting and current League leaders, Silver Strikers have also a tricky fixture on Saturday at the giant Kamuzu Stadium, as they take on Escom United before trekking to the old capital city, Zomba to tussle with Red Lions at the Zomba Community Centre Ground.

After bumpy results in their previous matches in Lilongwe against Civo United and Kamuzu Barracks, Mighty Wanderers have to forget their woes, as they face unpredictable, Blantyre United at the Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday.

In other fixtures,  new rookies, Bvumbwe Research  have to travel to Chinkhwawa to meet an inform Azam Tigers, while  Kabwafu  United hosts Civo United at Mzuzu Stadium on Saturday before  the civil servants engage Moyale Barracks on the same venue twenty four hours later.

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