…tough time for Karonga, Maxi and Dwangwa
The two Lilongwe based sides will have the whole second round to fight again as they have similar points with just one match to spare in the first round of the TNM Super league.
The Central Bankers have a superior goal difference of 4 over the Area 30 militants.
Silver Strikers has 12 GD while Blue Eagles have 8 GD but the two are having 29 points from 14 matches thus far.
The two have fallen to the scare of Moyale Barracks who come third with 27 points but they by far look a threat because they have finished their matches in the first round-meaning that wins for Silver and Blue Eagles in their last matches would mean they will beat Moyale with five points.
MAFCO come fourth with 25 points from 14 matches. The Salima based side sit with just a point ahead of Mzuni F.C. Both remain with a match apiece to go.
Holders Nyasa Big Bullets have a lot to do as they remain with 2 games to play and they have 23 points-both stats which they share with rivals Be Forward Wanderers.
The two Blantyre heavyweights lie sixth and seventh respectively.
Kamuzu Barracks come eighth with 21 points. The Soldiers have exhausted their rout and now await the second round for the other matches.
At the very bottom of the log table, MTV Maxi Bullets have 7 points from 15 matches. The rookies just recorded one win and four draws. They have since indicated they will fight lungs out in the second to escape a possible relegations which apparently looks beckoning.
Dwangwa United have 10 points from 14 matches and are just above Maxi Bullets with Karonga United sealed the relegation zone on position 14 with just 11 points from 15 matches.
HERE IS THE LOG TABLE