Inside Bullets this week


We will continue our quest for a fifth successive TNM Super League title when we welcome Kamuzu Barracks at Kamuzu Stadium on Wednesday.

The midweek fixture will be followed by the Airtel Top 8 quarterfinal second leg against Civil Service United on Saturday.

The reserves and women’s teams also have games to prepare for this new week.

Here is everything you can expect at FCB Nyasa Big Bullets.

First Team

Kalisto Pasuwa’s men will face Kamuzu Barracks in the TNM Super League at home on Wednesday for another important league fixture as the title race continues with fewer games left to play.

With 23 games played, Bullets are level with Mighty Mukuru Wanderers with 50 points, but we have played three games less than our rivals.

A win over the military side, currently in fifth position with 39 points from 25 games, will see us opening up a three-point lead at the summit of the table.

After Wednesday’s match, the focus will switch to our quarterfinal second-leg match against Civil Service United in the Airtel Top 8 Cup at the Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.

With a 2-0 cushion lead over the Lilongwe-based side, any result in our favour will see us progressing to the last four of the competition for the third consecutive season.


Our reserves will face Namitete Zitha in the Champions Cup round of 16 at Champions Stadium in Mponela on Sunday.

They go into this match straight from a hard-fought 2-2 draw away to Ntaja United in the ThumbsUp Southern Region Football League, a result that saw our youngsters opening a one-point gap over the second-placed FOMO FC with one game to go before going into the knockout stages of the competition.


After a 2-0 victory away to Ndirande Soccer Giants on Sunday, our women’s team will face Evirom FC in the final match of the first round in the FAM Women’s Football Southern Region League on Saturday.

Bullets Women are second in the table with 13 points, five behind log leaders Ntopwa FC who have 18 points from the same number of six games.


Our developmental side has gone on a break following the completion of their season in the FCB Under-19 Cup, in which they finished third behind Manchester Motor Spares and Griffin Youngsters.

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