Blantyre and Districts Youth Football Committee is set to conclude the first round of the First Capital Bank Under-20 League this afternoon.
Second-placed Manchester Motor Spares will face third-placed Nyasa Big Bullets Youth at Kamuzu Stadium as they battle for the top slot.
Spares have 27 points from 14 games whereas Bullets Youth have 26 points from the same number of games.
Coaches from both sides Chipiliro Phiri and Autry Kalulu have promised to deliver free-flowing football as they chase for a win.
Meanwhile, FCB Corporate Communications Manager Titha Mbilizi has said the games have once again exposed the vast talent that exists amongst under-20 footballers.
“The determination by the teams to progress into the next round can be seen evidently on the field. We thank the players and coaches for the good sportsmanship they have displayed in this round of the games and encourage them to maintain this discipline. We look forward to getting close to the finals and crowning the new 2021 under-20 champions,” she said.
Mbilizi asked organisers to continue observing Covid measures during camp and on game days.