Kamuzu Barracks (KB) coach Billy Phambala has warned his players that Dwangwa United “magicians” can pick up three points even if the Soldiers play a perfect game, when both sides meet in the final match of the TNM Super League at the Chitowe Stadium on Saturday.
KB continue to defy the odds this season, maintaining a -point lead at the top of the table with a morale-boosting 3-0 win over Karonga United last week.
However, running on their necks are Nyasa Big Bullets , who will look to win against Blue Eagles and hoping Kamuzu Barracks slips away to Dwangwa for them to defend the title.
Bullets are behind Kamuzu Barracks with 57 points,while the capital city based outfit has 58 points.
However, Phambala has warned his troops not to underate the sugarcane growers side.
“Dwangwa have too many dangerous players. You can play a perfect match but they’ll win because they have magicians. It’s an open game as they want to win. We want to win too, so it’s open,” Phambala told Nyasa Times.
“Our fans continue to dream. That is what we want. We know it’s going to be tough but we urge our fans to trek down to Chitowe in large numbers,” he said.
Phambala will be beaming with confidence going to Dwangwa with a pool of skillful players like Harvey Nkacha,Dave Banda,Manase Chiyesa and Kelvin Hanganda.
On the other side,Dwangwa coach Mc Donald Mtetemera has also experienced players like Frazer Menyani and Cuthbert Sinetre who can stop the soldiers in their ambition of becoming the first military side to grab the league.
Bullets on the hand feel the title will be decided not just on the final day, but in the final minute of the campaign.