NM Super League defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets will start this year’s African Champions League campaign against Zimbabwean champions FC Platinum while Masters Security have drawn Proline FC of Uganda.
The draw for the continental competitions was released late on Sunday by the Confederation of African Football.
Bullets’ opponent will make their fourth Champions League appearances, having already participated for three times.
FC Platinum are the current defending champions of Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League and they are currently topping the standings with 31 points in the 2019/2020 season.
In the Confederations Cup, Masters Security will play Proline FC of Uganda, a team that was once relegated to the second division from FUFA Big League.
Going by the club’s history, the Ugandan side has never played in any CAF competition and has never won any major trophy in top flight football.
Both Bullets and Masters Security got knocked out of the competitions in the first round by Kenya’s Gor Mahia and Angola’s Petrous De Luanda respectively.