Blue Eagles FC have maintained the top spot on the TNM Super League standings following their 2-0 Saturday victory over Blantyre United.
The cops from Area 30 would have surrendered the top position to Big Bullets had the ‘people’s team’ carried maximum points from their two central region assignments. However, Bullets failed to collect maximum points at Dedza Stadium, where they were held to a 1-all draw by Kamuzu Barracks after edging Civo United 1-0 at Silver Stadium the previous day.
Julius Mkwinda struck for the Lilongwe based soldiers with winger Fischer Kondowe claiming the Bullets goal.
With the draw, Bullets are still second on the league’s log table with 12 points from six games, a point behind Eagles, who have one game in hand.
Mighty Wanderers are the biggest climbers in week four of the TNM Super League following their 3-1 win over Evirom at Kamuzu Stadium Sunday afternoon. Jacob Ngwira, Victor Mpinganjira and Mayeso Mphanje were the men on target for the Nomads while Wongani Zulu struck the face saver for Evirom.
The victory has taken the Nomads to third position with 11 points from five games played. Red Lions, Azam Tigers and Silver Strikers, who were all spared of league action as they played in the Presidential Cup semi finals occupy the fourth, fifth and sixth positions, respectively. They all have eight points from four games but are separated by goal difference.
Epac FC, who failed to punish already wounded Blantyre United on Sunday are seventh with the same number of points as Red Lions, Tigers and Silver but have the poorest goal difference. The Dini Josiah boys would have overtaken the three sides with a win over Blantyre United.
Kamuzu Barracks, Moyale Barracks, Blantyre United, Mzuzu United and Evirom follow in that order with Mafco, Civo and Mponela United still stuck in the bottom three positions.
Rookies Mponela are at the very bottom with no single point from four games.