The Central Bankers are leaving no stone unturned as they have vowed to gun-down Big Bullets in the Super League this afternoon at Kamuzu Stadium.
Coming straight from their 3-nil victory over struggling Max Bullets on Saturday afternoon at Kalulu Stadium.
Silver Strikers have a chance to extend their lead at the top if they beat Super League defending champions at their own backyard in a televised match.
The Bankers have had four seasons of hell at Kamuzu Stadium against the newly crowned Presidential Cup champions but with 28 points in the standings, the area 47 giants might avenge last season’s painful defeats to Bullets in league and cup games respectively.
They started the 2016 campaign on a very poor note by losing twice in a row but that was a blessing in disguise as they have managed to register important victories and if they will record a victory on Sunday, they will surely have high hopes of winning the title.
But will it be easy for them against Malawi’s most followed team at Kamuzu Stadium? Absolutely not.
Their clash against the Peoples team will be very difficult considering the fact that Silver Strikers have never beaten Bullets for the past four seasons.
With Chiukepo Msowoya and Muhamad Sulumba all fit to play, Bullets will be a tough nut to crack.
However, the Central Bankers are no longer punching bags and if Bullets underestimates them, they might get shocked at their own backyard for the first time in three years.
Beating Bullets will send a clear message to all doubters that the Bankers are back in business for real this time around.
They were not favourites when the league kicked off in April but they are now favourites to win the championship for the first time since 2012.