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Inside Bullets this week


During the international break, there isn’t much activity at FCB Nyasa Big Bullets this week.

Our first team, which has contributed three players to the senior Malawi National Team, will not be in action until 22 November.

The Flames have travelled to Liberia for the 2026 World Cup qualifier against the Lone Stars on Friday, before hosting Tunisia in Lilongwe next Tuesday.

Our reserves side, which has also contributed two players to the national squad, will be waiting to find out their next opponent in the knockout round of the ThumbsUp Southern Region Football League.

Of our four teams, only the women’s side will be in action as they enter week two of the FAM Women’s Football Southern Region second round.

Keep reading to find out how our week looks during this November international break.

First Team

Straight from their goalless draw away to Blue Eagles on Sunday, Kalisto Pasuwa’s charges will have nine days of no competitive action before travelling to Dedza Dynamos for the TNM Super League fixture at Dedza Stadium next week Wednesday, a day after the Flames’ home match against the Eagles of Carthage at Bingu National Stadium.

As described by Pasuwa, this break has come at the right time as his men are drained due to congestion of fixtures, which saw Bullets play 23 games in domestic and international competitions since August.

Heading into the international break, Bullets are top of the TNM Super League standings with 56 points from 27 games, seconded by Mighty Mukuru Wanderers, who have played 28 matches and collected 54 points.

Pasuwa’s men are also in the semi-finals of the Airtel Top 8 where they will face Blue Eagles in Lilongwe on 25 November. The Castel Challenge Cup round of 32 tie against non-league side Soche Socials also awaits The People’s Team on a date yet to be communicated by the Football Association of Malawi.


After thrashing Attu Bullets 13-0 on Saturday, our women’s team will travel to Mpira Stadium to face Evirom in the FAM Women’s Football Southern Region League.

Maggie Chombo’s ladies will be heading to Chiwembe looking to continue from where they stopped in the first round when they recorded another 13-0 triumph over the bottom-placed side in the opening round of the regional league campaign.

Bullets Women are currently second in the eight-team standings with 22 points, five points behind leaders, Ntopwa FC.

A win for them this weekend will reduce the gap to just two points, but that will also depend on how the log leaders will fare in their next assignment.


Enos Chatama’s boys will not be involved in league action as they are waiting to know their opponent in the knockout stages of the ThumbsUp Southern Region Football League. Our team B finished in second position in Group B, behind FOMO, and they will now play a third-placed team from Group A in the knockout encounter.

Chatama’s men, who proceeded to the next round of the Nyasa Capital Finance Cup as best losers, also await to learn the date they will face Ekhaya FC.


Bullets Youth side is on off-season following the conclusion of the FCB Under-19 Cup last month. The youngsters finished in the third position behind Manchester Motors FC and Griffin Youngsters.

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