Mighty Mukuru Wanderers FC


With defending champions Silver Strikers clashing out in the last 32, league champions Nyasa Big Bullets and rivals Mighty Mukuru Wanderers will be looking to make no mistakes when they face Chitipa United and Kamuzu Barracks respectively on Saturday.

The most competitive fixture will see giant killer Nyasa Big Bullets Reserves and Blue Eagles face off on Sunday at Kamuzu Stadium while Changalume Barracks will play host to Extreme FC at Balaka Stadium on the same day.

Let’s now preview these interesting four matches:

Saturday, 20th August, 2022

Mighty Mukuru Wanderers vs Kamuzu Barracks at Kamuzu Stadium

Arguably the biggest game of the last eight sees fourth place Mighty Mukuru Wanderers take on fifth placed Kamuzu Barracks in the only all Super League ties. Wanderers coach Alex Ngwira will be hoping to continue from where they stopped in the Blantyre Derby when they came from behind to draw 3-3 with rivals Nyasa Big Bullets on Sunday.

The Nomads, who have had a mixed bag of results in the top flight league, reached the quarterfinal stage after they hammered Dedza Dynamos 3-0 and with their Super League title ambitions slowly fading away, they will do whatever it takes progress and possibly keep their dreams of ending their three year trophyless run to rest.

But they have to do this against a very improved side under Charles Kamanga who once got the better of the Nomads in the top flight league with a 2-1 win at the same venue.

To reach this stage, the Capital City Soldiers defeated Civil Service United 1-0 at Nankhaka Stadium.

Both teams are in a better form heading into this encounter and we are likely to watch a blockbuster match between the two sides.

Source: https://malawi24.com/2022/08/20/fdh-bank-cup-quarterfinals-nomads-look-to-overpower-soldiers/


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