How they stand in Malawi TNM Super League

As Malawi TNM Super League nears the end and enters week 24, 420 goals have been scored from 170 games with Blue Eagles being the highest scoring team in the elite league.

Lunch at stadium: Bullets supporters eating Nsima with bonya
Lunch at stadium: Bullets supporters eating Nsima with bonya

While 427  cards–18 red cards and 409 yellow cards– have so far been flashed by the men in black.

Blue Eagles are the highest scoring team while rookies Karonga United who are yet to win away and Chikwawa United are teams which have let in the most goals (46 goals each).

Big Bullets, who now topping the log table following their 4-1 win over Chikwawa United on Saturday, have the most water tight defence having let in 16 goals. Epac F.C have drawn the most (10 games).

Blantyre United, Chikwawa United and Karonga United are still relegation candidates.

Leading on the scorers sheet is Moyale Barracks’ forward Deus Nkutu with 16 goals, followed by Kumbukani Mwambene of Red Lions with 12 goals; Airborne Rangers’ Asedi Ayami and Moyale Barracks Gastin Simkonda have 11 goals each; Mafco FC’s Calisto Kalinda 10 goals; with 9 goals are Kamuzu Barracks’ Kelvin Hanganga and Azam Tigers’ Bright Munthali; Micium Mhone, Charles Ngozi (both Blues Eagles) and Airborne’s Leonard Mgemezulu have 8 goals each.

With 7 goals are Isaac Kaliyati of Azam Tigers, Karonga United’s Raphael Phiri, Schumacher Kuwali and John Malidadi Jnr (both Blue Eagles); while Vincent Nyangulu and Jabulani Linje (Civo United), Peter Katsonga (Azam Tigers), Jimmy Zakazaka (Big Bullets), Peter Wadabwa (Silver Strikers), John Banda (Blue Eagles) and Jafalie Chande (Big Bullets) have all bagged six goals.

League Table 

#Team                                  P W D L GF GA GD Pts

1 Big Bullets                        22 13 8 1 35 16 19 47

2 Moyale Barracks           23 13 5 5 37 20 17 44

3 Blue Eagles                      21 12 4 5 42 23 19 40

4 Civo United                     25 10 8 7 31 27 4 38

5 Red Lions                         25 11 5 9 27 27 0 38

6 Azam Tigers                    23 10 7 6 32 20 12 37

7 MAFCO                             22 9 7 6 34 25 9 34

8 Silver Striker                   20 11 4 5 34 21 13 28

9 Mighty Wand                 22 10 3 9 20 18 2 27

10 Airborne Rangers       25 7 5 13 32 43 -11 26

11 EPAC                                22 5 10 7 19 25 -6 25

12 Kamuzu Barracks        21 6 5 10 22 27 -5 23

13 Karonga United           24 4 4 16 21 46 -25 16

14 Chikhwawa United    23 4 4 15 18 46 -28 16

15 Blantyre United          22 3 5 14 14 34 -20 14

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chifundo
chifundo
6 years ago

Bye bye ma neba nonse…… Sured, apa umangoziwilatu

gedy
gedy
6 years ago

maule palibenso chaka chino ndi chokolola the peoples team

MLOMWE
6 years ago

Ife BB tikumwa tea wankaka kuti gadu-gadu.League ikuchedwa kutha titenge chikho chathu,akusutsa azilume kunkhongo.

Emmanuel sabao
Emmanuel sabao
6 years ago

BB NDI DIHLU

Weniweni wa bullets
Weniweni wa bullets
6 years ago

Bullets r the champions of tnm superleague,, mufune musafune

PHILLIP MASTERR
6 years ago

big bullets imeneyi osafuna akakolpe nyanja ya manona

PHILLIP MASTERR
6 years ago

KOMA CHITIMU ICHI CHILI BWINO MATIMU ENA SANADYEPO NSIMA NDI TIMU YAWO GUD EXAMPLE

Chizude
Chizude
6 years ago

Zilibwino

Feli balitchi
6 years ago

Maule woye

nhlanhla mzwakali
nhlanhla mzwakali
6 years ago

masapota a bullets amenewo mpaka ka mgaiwa ndi bonya mu mastand ku stadium, koma zapa nyasaland amwene, sungazimvetse!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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