Super League preview: Nomads date Red Lions


Malawians’ attention will this afternoon be glued to various soccer stadiums where the Super League of Malawi has staged titanic battles for maximum points in week 10 of Super League action.

At Kamuzu stadium Mighty Be forward Wanderers will be involved in a crucial fixture as they will be battling it out for all the 3 points against in form Red Lions who are now on position 5 on the log table.

Sparks and emotions are guaranteed to fly high, not only at the venue of the game but also across the country.

Nomads' Peter Wadabwa racing for the ball with a Civo player in a previous encounter.
Nomads’ Wadabwa racing for the ball with a Civo player in a previous encounter.

A loss or a draw for Wanderers will be a topic of discussion since the Nomads are yet to register a win at home.

Last time the two teams met was on 28 December 2015 and the Nomads came out victorious, beating the Zomba based soldiers by a goal to nil at Kamuzu stadium.

Wanderers have promised a win for their fans and they have urged them to go to the stadium in their large numbers to witness this mouthwatering Tnm Super League fixture.

Wanderers coach Elia Kananji has said his side is very ready and they are desperate for a win in today’s match as they are looking to turn the tables in this season’s top flight league.

But they will be without Jaffalie Chande as he is on holiday.

In other Super League matches, Silver Strikers will be in a titanic battle when they take on Moyale Barracks at Silver Stadium in Lilongwe whereas Blue Eagles will take on Mzuzu University Mzuni fc at Nankhaka Stadium.

At Chitowe ground it will be an all soldiers affair as Mafco will take on their brothers in arms Kamuzu Barracks .



  1. Congratulation might Wanderers am so happy for beating Red lions and get some tree poits “please guys let’s move our numbers we are not good number on supper league “but I think now is time to show us our sestem? Thanks very much all you guys I wish all the best to you guys

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