TNM Super League action returns this weekend with exciting fixtures in all the three regions.
After succumbing to their first defeat in the 2019 season, defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets have been given another tough assignment with two away fixtures.
Bullets will be hosted by Moyale Barracks on Saturday at Mzuzu Stadium before another titanic battle again Mzuni FC at the same venue 24-hours later.
Victory is a must for the 13-time league champions if they are to revive their hopes of returning their title alive.
At Silver Stadium, Silver Strikers will welcome unpredictable Mighty Tigers.
A win for the Central Bankers will see them climbing top of the standings but that will depend on Dwangwa United and Kamuzu Barracks game which will be played at Chitowe Stadium on the same day.
At Kamuzu Stadium, in-form Be Forward Wanderers will entertain Mlatho Mponela who will be traveling to Blantyre for the first time since earning their top flight promotion.
This will also be the first time for Steve Madeira, who resigned as team manager for Wanderers, to face his former side as the CEO for the visiting team.
At Karonga Stadium, Karonga United will play host to Blue Eagles.
On Sunday, Mzuni will play host to Bullets while Tigers will travel to Dedza Stadium to face Masters Security.
At Kamuzu Stadium, Ntopwa FC will host fellow rookies Mlatho Mponela, with Savenda Chitipa United welcoming Blue Eagles at Karonga Stadium.
Below is the full fixture list:
Saturday 22nd June 2019
Karonga United vs Blue [email protected] Karonga
Moyale vs Nyasa Big [email protected] Mzuzu Stadium
Silver Strikers vs Mighty [email protected] Silver Stadium
Beforward Wanderers vs Mlatho Mponela @Kamuzu Stadium
Dwangwa United vs Kamuzu [email protected] Chitowe
Sunday 23rd June
Masters Security vs [email protected] Dedza Stadium
Mzuni vs Nyasa Big [email protected] Mzuzu Stadium
Savenda Chitipa Utd vs Blue eagles @Karonga Stadium
Ntopwa fc vs Mlatho [email protected] Kamuzu Stadium