Nyasa Big Bullets interim Coach, Elia Kananji, has said the team has shifted its attention to Wednesday’s TNM Super League fixture against Red Lions at Chilomoni Stadium in Blantyre.
The game is a dress-rehearsal for the Carlsberg Cup semi-finalists who will also meet on a later date.
Bullets qualified for the semi-finals after beating Cobbe Barracks 1-0 on Sunday at Balaka Stadium whereas Be Forward Wanderers sneaked past Blue Eagles 3-2 on post-match penalties in Lilongwe on Saturday, to date Moyale Barracks.
The Nomads and Moyale also meet in a Super League duel today at Balaka.
“It is a tough fixture but, for now, we need to forget a bit about the cup game and concentrate on the league match, which is also very important. We need the points. This game will give us a clear picture of the team we are to meet in the Carlsberg Cup,” Kananji said.
Bullets are on position five on the league table with 21 points from 12 games. Lions are on position seven with 19 points from 13 games.
Silver Strikers top the log table with 29 points having played 13 games followed by Wanderers who have 28 points from 12 games.
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