Just days after beating the Central Bankers in the inaugural FISD Challenge Cup semi-finals at their own backyard, Kamuzu Barracks have vowed to continue from where they stopped on Sunday when the two sides meet again in the TNM Super League on Wednesday at Civo Stadium.
Outspoken Kamuzu Barracks Team Manager Francis Shawa told the local media that his side knows how weak Silver Strikers is and will make sure to pile more misery on Silver Strikers who are winless in four matches.
“I am very happy with how my team performed against the Bankers on Sunday and I am very sure that the boys will continue from where they stopped.”
“We know their weaknesses and their strength but we will use their shortfalls to record three points and move to the top for the first time this season. The race for the championship is wide open and if we continue performing well, we can do something this season,” he explained.
The Lilongwe based Soldiers are yet to lose at home this season where they have collected more points than any team at home.
Their resurgence to the top started with victories over Malawi’s heavyweights Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers before beating the Bankers at Silver stadium in the FISD Challenge Cup.
In other Wednesday fixtures, Blue Eagles will play host to Wanderers at Nankhaka Stadium.
In the first round, Eagles got the better of Wanderers by beating them 2-1 but the Nomads avenged back in style when they knocked out the Cops in the FISD Cup last Saturday.
Bullets still leads the standings with 45 points from 25 games seconded by Eagles and Mafco, with the Bankers occupying 4th position with 43 points from 23 games