Inside Bullets this week


It’s a new week with plenty of action for three of our teams at FCB Nyasa Big Bullets.

Our first team continue to have a busy schedule with two games lined up within five days after edging out Extreme FC in the FDH Bank Cup quarterfinals on Saturday.

We take a look at what’s coming ahead this week.

First Team

Straight from the 4-2 penalty shootout victory over Extreme in Lilongwe, Kalisto Pasuwa’s men proceeded to Dwangwa for the opening game of the TNM Super League second round against MAFCO at Chitowe Stadium on Wednesday.

The busy schedule this week will continue on Sunday as we are set to return to Kamuzu Stadium for the FDH Bank Cup semifinal showdown against Dedza Dynamos, before flying out to Equatorial Guinea for the CAF Champions League first preliminary round match against Dragon FC next week.

As Pasuwa said, Bullets players will all be required to play a part as fixtures are coming through thick and thin and the midweek fixture away in Nkhota Kota is the first of many to come within the shortest period.

A win for The People’s Team on Wednesday will see the defending champions return to the top of the TNM Super League table after being displaced by Silver Stikers, who defeated Blue Eagles 2-1 on Sunday.

Pasuwa’s charges have 30 points heading into the final half of the season.


Bullets Reserves will return to competitive action this weekend when they travel to the Eastern Region to face Zomba Airbase for their first match of the second round in the ThumbsUp Southern Region Football League.

Enos Chatama’s charges haven’t been in action for the last two weeks after they finished Group B on top with 22 points, two points above the second-placed FOMO FC.

The youngsters will be looking to resume their league campaign with a win to stretch their lead at the top of the standings before the knockout stages.

The first-round match between the two teams ended 9-0 in favour of Chatama’s side, but they will now face a much-improved opposition that finished the first round on position two.


Our junior side defeated CC Stars 2-0 on Monday afternoon and will next face Manchester Motors on Saturday in the FCB Under-19 Youth Championship.

Bullets Youth finished their first-round matches on top of Group A with 16 points before they hammered Nyambadwe United 6-0 last weekend to start their second-round campaign on a high note.

Another victory for the young Bullets this weekend will stretch their massive lead at the top of the table and they will be looking to face any opposition in the knockout stages of the development league.


Further delays to the kickoff of the FAM Women’s Football Leagues means our women’s team will still be inactive as they continue fine-tuning ahead of the new season.

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