Moyale Barracks coach, Collins Nkuna says his side is ready to “go for the kill” when they meet Nyasa Big Bullets in the TNM Super League at the Mzuzu Stadium on Saturday.
Last time the two teams met in the same League in Blantyre the game ended 0-0 at the Kamuzu Stadium.
Nkuna, whose side lost on penalties to Bullets in the Presidential Cup in Lilongwe described Saturday’s match as more intense.
“I think in the cup game we were both studying each other because we were cautious that it was a cup final,” he said.
“However on Saturday, it will be a different ball game as we will be going for the kill. We now know what to expect from Bullets just as they know what to expect from us.
“We have players who can take on the individual responsibility of helping the team wins on Saturday but we are stronger playing as a team and that’s what we are going to do.
“I think our strength will also be in going forward to attack where we can catch them off-guard and make sure we score those important goals to help us collect maximum points.
“As I have been saying, it’s important for us to finish on a better position. Everyone at the club deserves something to celebrate for after a poor start in the season and I think this is the chance to do that.”
Some of the players that Nkuna will be banking his hopes on are Gastin Simkonda and Khuda Muyaba.
However, Nyasa Big Bullets are currently in top form as they will be invading Mzuzu with weapons like Collins Nkhulambe, Chiukepo Msowoya, Kondwani Kumwenda and MacFarlen Ngwira.
Last weekend, the People’s Team went on rampage as they clipped Kamuzu Barracks 4-1 at the Kamuzu Stadium.
After Saturday’s game against Moyale, Bullets will have to brace for another epic battle against inform Mzuni FC on Sunday