Wizards, Dwangwa in survival bid: Malawi TNM Super League

All eyes will on Saturday and Sunday be on Dwangwa United and Wizards FC as the relegation road show rolls on in the elite K95 Million TNM Super League.

Wizards coaches Mponda and Macdonald Yobe: We need to win

Wizards coaches Mponda and Macdonald Yobe: We need to win

Wizards and Dwangwa and Wizards are on positions  13 and 12 with 26 and 27 points respectively.

Dwangwa has so far played 27 games one ahead of Wizards.

The bottom five of the TNM Super League this season has developed its own nervous system and no one has been immune from relegation with
Civo United who are on break this weekend being the most surprising relegation candidates.

Both Wizards FC and Dwangwa United are gearing up for their last four and three games of the season.

Wizards travel to Dwangwa in Nkhotakota this weekend where they will face Dwangwa United on Saturday at Chitowe ground before facing the slowly fading title contenders Mafco FC 24 hours later on the same
venue.

The Peter Mponda side will be looking forward to recover from their last Saturday devasitating 5-0 loss to Azam Tigers.

Wizards FC Technical Director Peter Mponda said they will throw in everything they have to collect tangible points out of the two assignments.

On the other hand, Dwangwa United Coach Macdonald ‘Nginde’ Mtetemera also challenges to win the game against Wizards inorder to increase their chances of survival.

“As I have always said that we will remain in the league, we will make sure that we win our weekend game. The boys know the importance of the remaining games and we are taking each as a cup final” said Mtetemera.

Come Sunday, Wizards must also expect another tough opposition in their battle for survival as they face Mafco who are hoping to redeem their title challenge.

Moyale Barracks who are coming from a 2-0 controversial win over Karonga United last weekend will be looking forward to frustrate Silver Strikers further who recently had a poor run of form and only returned to winning ways after last Sunday after beating one of the most improved side’s Red Lions 2-1 at the Silver Stadium.

Mzuni FC who are on position 10 welcome in form Azam Tigers who are on position nine and will be inspired by their 5-0 thumping over Wizards.

The final game of the TNM Super League in week 31 will involve defending Champions Nyasa Big Bullets who travel to Lilongwe to face Epac FC.

Bullets are on third position while Epac seats on position 11.

Just like at the bottom of the table, teams at the top especially in the top five have also had a special nervous system which has seen teams switching positions almost in every four to seven days.

As we go into week 31, Kamuzu Barracks are on the driving seat with 52 points from 27 games while Blue Eagles come second with 51 points.

Nyasa Big Bullets come third with 48 points but with a game in hand against the Eagles.

Silver Strikers, Mafco FC and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers seats on position four, five and six with 47, 46 and 44 points respectively.

Meanwhile, Richard Nbulu of Mafco  remains the leading scorer with 19 goals followed by Mighty Be Forward Wanderers Peter Wadabwa and Chiukepo Msowoya of Nyasa Big Bullets with 16 and 15 goals
respectively.

Bright Munthali of Azam Tigers has 13 while Kamuzu Barracks Striker Manaseh Chiyesa has 12 goals to his credit.

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