The 2017 Carlsberg Cup round of 32 kicks off this afternoon in all the four regions of the country.
On Monday, Football Association of Malawi (FAM) competitions committee released fixtures, venues and kick-off dates for the competition.
The first four matches of the competition will be played this afternoon.
Pick of the day will see two time champions Nyasa Big Bullets taking on resurgent Civil Sporting Club at Chilomoni Stadium while Azam Tigers will welcome Cobbe Barracks at Kalulu Stadium.
At Balaka Stadium, Premier Division side Mwanza Border will entertain Moyale Barracks while Dwangwa United will play host to fellow Super League outfit Mzuni FC at Chitowe Stadium.
On Thursday, rookies Polytechnic will entertain last season’ runners up Silver Strikers while Chitipa United will play Nchalo United at Chilomoni Stadium.
The action will continue on Saturday and the round of 32 will be concluded Thursday next week.
Full Fixture list in the round of 32:
Wednesday, 12 July 2017
Nyasa Big Bullets v Civil Sporting Club at Chilomoni Stadium
Azam Tigers v Cobbe Barracks at Kalulu Stadium
Mwanza Border v Moyale Barracks at Balaka Stadium
Dwangwa United v Mzuni FC at Chitowe Stadium
Thursday, 13 July 2017
Polytechnic v Silver Strikers at Chilomoni Stadium
Chitipa United v Nchalo United at Mzuzu Stadium
Saturday, 15 July 2017
Be Forward Wanderers Reserve v Kasungu Police at Chilomoni Stadium
MDF Marine v Jidi FC at Mangochi Stadium
Sunday, 16 July 2017
TN Stars v Prison United at Nankhaka Stadium
Wednesday, 19 July 2017
Mafco FC v Chitedze Strikers at Chitowe Stadium
Be Forward Wanderers v Fish Eagles at Balaka Stadium
Blue Eagles v Ekwendeni Hammers at Nankhaka Stadium
Michiru Madrid v Masters Security at Chilomoni Stadium
Premier Bet Wizards v Red Lions at Mulanje Park
Thursday, 20 July 2017
Blantyre United v Rumphi Medicals at Chilomoni Stadium
Be Forward Wanderers are the current defending champions after beating Silver Strikers 5-4 on post-match penalties.
Wanderers are the most successful club in the competition having won the cup three times.
The winner will walk away with K12 million top prize.