Football Association of Malawi (FAM) president Walter Nyamilandu spared sometime to watch the Flames’ last training session before they face Guinea and told the players to die for Malawi.
Malawi play host to Guinea at the Kamuzu Stadium in a reverse of last week’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers encounter.
The Flames are going into this fixture with high hopes of registering their first win in their group after they held the Syli Nationale to a 0-0 draw in Conakry.
It is a must win game for the Flames who have two points from a possible nine and a win will take them within touching distance of group leaders Swaziland who are expected to play away to Zimbabwe.
Nyamilandu said: “Tuesday’s game is a must win for us to remain in contention for qualification.
“By getting vital draw away we have shown that we can do better and let’s get a win on Tuesday.
“Go there and work hard but above all pray to God for spiritual guidance.”