Wizards in upset bid against Bullets: FISD Cup

Nyasa Big Bullets will look to maintain their fine form in the FISD  Cup  when they host Bet Premier Wizards  at the  Kamuzu  Stadium in  Blantyre  on Saturday.

Wizards coaches Mponda and Macdonald Yobe: We need to win
Wizards coaches Mponda and Macdonald Yobe: We need to win

Kick-off is at 2:30pm.

The  Peoples Team had a bumpy trip in their last League games in Mzuzu, when they managed to salvaged 2 points against Moyale Barracks and Mzuni FC. They drew 0-0 in both matches.

The  Ndirande township based out-fit  are currently  holders of the Presidential Cup and they also hoping to defend the league title with another ambition of clinching the Fisd Cup.

In-form striker Collins Nkhulambe  is Bullets’s danger man. The former Mzuzu United hit-man has remarkably netted more than three since he joined the club.

Bullets long serving member Fischer Kondowe believes that their victory in the Presidential Cup  will help them mount a serious challenge for another cup.

“Our victory in the Presidential Cup  have come as a big boost in our Fisd -challenge ambitions in this season,” Kondowe  said.

“With  the squad we have assembled this season, I’m really optimistic that we will challenge for the FISD Cup  this season.”

Meanwhile, Wizards  will be looking to avoid another defeat against Bullets  in the league when they lock horns infront of a huge crowd which is expected to converge at the soccer mecca.

The Peter Mponda boys  were beaten   by a spirited Bullets squad in their last meeting  in the League.

Wizards coach Peter Mponda said his boys are geared to avoid another defeat against Bullets.

“I think they have certain weaknesses, from what I’ve seen defensively, but they’re always a talented team and they always going to be a threat,” said Mponda.

“I want to win. I need to win. We need to get back to winning ways.”

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