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Bottom sides have daunting fixtures

Bottom three sides in the TNM Super League have daunting fixtures this coming weekend as they face inform teams in the week four of the season.

The three sides are Dedza Dynamos, Baka City and Bangwe All Stars who are yet to register a win for the season and are in relegation battles.

Dedza have managed two draws against FCB Nyasa Big Bullets 1-1, Silver Strikers 1-1 and lost 3-0 on the road against Civil Service United.

Dedza Dynamos are only tough at home this season

Baka City lost in a Karonga derby 1-0, got beaten Mzuzu Hammers 2-1 and drew with Mafco 1-1.

Bangwe All Stars have lost two away games against FOMO 1-0, Silver Strikers 3-1 and drew with Karonga United 1-1 at home.  

This weekend, Dedza Dynamos is on the road to face Moyale Barracks who are on third place on the log in Mzuzu Stadium on Sunday.

The game promises more fireworks as the home side have won two game against Mafco 2-1 and Civil Service United 3-0.   

Dedza Dynamos have proved to be tough playing at home and have not done well playing away and in their second outing they need to collect maximum points.

Newcomers, Baka City will play against FCB Nyasa Big Bullets who are fifth on the table at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.

Baka City invades Blantyre

They will be playing a team that has not won any game at home this season and they are coming from a 3-0 win over Chitipa United last Sunday in Karonga.

Baka City should brace themselves for highly competitive game owing to the fact that the defending champions will be looking for maximum points in order to enhances their championship ambitions.  

Current league leaders, Mighty Mukuru Wanderers will on Sunday be hosted by Bangwe All Stars at Mpira Stadium.

The Nomads have won twice against FOMO 3-0, Creck Sporting 3-0 and were forced to a 1-1 draw against Kamuzu Barracks at Kamuzu Stadium.

Bangwe All Stars need to work outside the box if they are to stop wanderers which is in a great scoring form.

Bangwe (in black) in action against Wanderers last season

A win for Wanderers will increase their points tally to 10 points from four games while for Bangwe they will jump out of relation zone.

Another epic battle is on Saturday in Area 47, while second placed Silver Strikers will play host to Mafco.

Mafco’s form this season has started on a bad note and they need to pull up their socks in order to register a catch up win. 

They lost to Moyale 2-1 in their opening match, they drew with Kamuzu Barracks 1-1 at home and they pulled 0-0 against Baka City away.

A Soccer fan from New Gulliver in Lilongwe, Dick Bester viewed that the three bottom sides need to play with their lungs out if they are to move out of drop zone.

“They are all capable of turning the tables if they put up a hard working spirit. They need to start collecting maximum points in order to survive in the league,” he said.

Another Football follower from Kawale, Nelson Phiri said the fixtures will provide a litmus test for the three teams.

He said the three teams should expect tough encounters and they should avoid losses with big margins.

The TNM Super League weekend fixture as follows and kick off 2:30 pm.

Saturday:

Sunday: 

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