As Malawi TNM Super League enters week number 12, rookies Karonga United have a huge task of proving that their 1-0 win over defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets last Sunday wasn’t a fluke.
Karonga beatBullets to rise to position 14 of the log table from the bottom.
They will face second placed Blue Eagle FC who will be looking for nothing but a win to dislodge current league leaders Silver Strikers from the top spot at the Nankhaka ground.
The Central Bankers leads with 23 points from 11 games just a point above the Eagles.
Karonga United captain Hygiene Mwandepeka who scored the only goal that demolished Bullets to earn his side three points said he is confident that they will beat the cops.
Mwandepeka emphasized that their win over Bullets was not a fluke and has since vowed to prove their critics wrong with stunning performance as they invade central region this weekend hoping to return home with maximum six points.
In another encounter on Saturday, struggling Red Lions who are on position 13 with only ten points from 11 games should expect a tough and rough ride as they face 10th placed Civo United in another tricky fixture staged at the Zomba Community ground where the soldiers hope to use a home ground advantage.
The Lions are coming from a 3-1 defeat inflicted by Mighty Be Forward Wanderers who seats on 11th position with 11 points from eight games.
On Sunday, Azam Tigers who are on fifth position of the log table with 19 points in their bag will tussle with sixth place military side Mafco FC while soldiers of Kamuzu Barracks will lock horns with team of the moment Karonga United.
Meanwhile, TNM the official sponsors of the league have pleaded with all supporters to avoid violence during games whether the game ends in their favour or not.
This follows scenes of violence that took place at the Mzuzu Stadoum after Bullets lost to Karonga United where some supporters were stoning each other.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :