24 September 2016 Last updated at: 5:32 AM

Super League preview: Nomads eye six points away from home

Peter Wadabwa will look to lead Be Forward Wanderers to back to back wins in the Super League on Saturday when they play third placed Mafco FC at Chitowe Stadium before facing unpredictable Dwangwa United on Sunday at the same venue.

Coming straight from their 4-nil victory over Karonga United last week, the Nomads have targeted six points in their two away fixtures.

Having managed to collect maximum points last season, Wanderers have vowed to continue from where they stopped but they must overcome resilient Mafco FC who are also vying for the top spot in the ongoing league season.

At Silver Stadium, the Central Bankers will play host to Mzuni FC in probably the game of the week.

Peter Wadabwa

Nomads’ Peter Impassable!: Wadabwa tries to break his way through Mafco defence. (File)

Having played to a goalless draw in the first round, the two teams will take to the field again with the aim of collecting maximum points in order to keep their dreams of winning the championship alive.

Silver Strikers will move up with a win against the Green Intellectuals and if Mafco drop points in their game against Wanderers, it will be an icing on the cake for the area 47 giants.

However, they are facing a resilient Mzuni FC, a side that has surprised every soccer fanatic with brilliant form of football.

At Civo Stadium, Epac FC will take on Wizards FC while Karonga United will be aiming to bounce back from their humiliating two heavy defeats to Wanderers and Azam Tigers respectively when they host struggling Civo Service United at Mzuzu Stadium.

And on Sunday, Dwangwa will play host to Wanderers at Chitowe Stadium, with Moyale Barracks entertaining Civo Service United at Mzuzu Stadium.

At Kamuzu Stadium, Tigers will be hoping to continue from where they stopped last week when they host struggling Red Lions while Kamuzu Barracks will host Wizards FC at Civo Stadium.

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