Mighty Be Forward Wanderers coach, Jack Chamangwana has warned his players against complacency when they take on Dwangwa United in the TNM Premier League match on Saturday at the Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.
The Nomads, who are on the top slot of the table, came from behind on Sunday in a 2-1 victory against Silver Strikers in Lilongwe.
Chamangwana has warned players not to get carried away when they take on the rookies, a team based in Nkhotakota, which has just been promoted in the elite League.
“They are a very good team, they like going forward, they have talented players, they have a lot of pace, they are a team that likes to play possession football, and they always like to build from the back. Going forward their strikers are very mobile we had to be extremely disciplined in order to ensure a clean sheet in the second week of the League,” advised Chamangwana.
Chipping in was their captain Francis Mlimbika, who said they cannot afford to lose three points this coming weekend.
“This is a total different game comparing with the one against Silver. It will be a tricky encounter since we do not know much of Dwangwa,” said Mlimbika.
Dwangwa United coach, Mc Donald Mtetemera said they will travel to Blantyre with a mission not as tourists.
“Our aim is to collect maximum points. It will not be easy to play Wanderers at the Kamuzu Stadium but l have the feeling that my boys will perform wonders.
Last Sunday, Dwangwa lost 1-0 to visiting Blue Eagles at the Chitowe Stadium.