Lilongwe derby: Unbeaten Silver face Civil Sporting

An explosive 90 minutes of football is anticipated this Sunday 20th August 2017 as City rivals Silver Strikers face Civil Sporting Club in a TNM Super League encounter to be played at the Civo Stadium.

Silver keep up the winning momentum

Silver also known as ‘The Bankers’ and their traditional blood rivals Civil will slug it out for both the cruacial three points at stake as
well as bragging rights for their fans.

Civil Sporting Coach Franco Ndawa who also once coached the Bankers said on Friday his side is prepared to face what he feels is a tough

“Although we expect a tough game, I am pleased with the way our boys have been responding in trainning and they are prepared for the challenge,” said Ndawa.

“The togetherness existing in our camp is what is motivating us and as technical, we have instilled into the players the mentality that they always have to work hard,” added Ndawa.

As much as they seek victory, Ndawa however could not predict the outcome.

“We are seeking a win and our opponents are also looking for the same. We have been doing tremendously well and they have extremely done well as you are aware they havenlt lost any game this season so let us just wait for Sunday and see what God has kept in store for all of us,” said Ndawa.

Silver Strikers are the only team that is yet to taste a defeat this season after playing 13 games.

They have won eight games and they have drawn five times.

On the other hand, Civil has also produced an incredible performance since they beat league leaders Mighty Be Forward Wanderers 2-0 some weeks ago.

This was the Nomads  first loss of the season.

Mzuzu based soldiers Moyale Barracks will be looking forward to recover from their embarrassing 5-1 defeat they suffered in the hands of Wanderers in a midweek fixture played on Wednesday as they face
Blue Eagles at the Nankhaka Stadium Saturday .

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