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Barely a week after a successful trip to the Southern Region, Civo United have vowed to continue their rivalry when they face Blue Eagles in a TNM Super League second round match on Saturday at Silver Stadium.

Speaking a head of the tough test against Eagles, Civo coach Oscar Kaunda, said the two away victories have boosted the team’s morale.

“We are taking the game against Eagles seriously. We know that Eagles will come hard to spoil our party, but the players are set for the match,” he said.

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The civil servants bagged six points when they beat Fisd Wizards 1-0 last Saturday, before defeating Be Forward Wanderers by the same margin. Civo are on position eight on the log table with 22 points from 16 games.

Civo started the season on a low having gone eight games without a win in the first round. Their first win of the season came after beating Silver Strikers 0-2 at home Silver Stadium.

Since then, Civo have been in top form and have been crushing their opponents. John Lanjesi and Emmanuel Zoya have been solid in defence.

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On his part, Eagles team manager, Gabriel Chirwa, was also confident that his charges would triumph against resurgent Civo.

“We are not scared with their recent performance and we will do our best to stop them this Saturday,” Chirwa said.

On the other hand, Eagles are coming straight from their 3-0 victory over Airborne Rangers at Nankhaka Stadium. The Area 30 side is third with 26 points from 15 games.

Up the table, defending champions, Big Bullets, lead with 35 points, seven ahead of second-placed Azam Tigers. Bullets host Red Lions tomorrow whereas Wanderers entertain Kamuzu Barracks on Saturday.

Barely a week after a successful trip to the Southern Region, Civo United have vowed to continue their rivalry when they face Blue Eagles in a TNM Super League second round match on Saturday at Silver Stadium.

Speaking a head of the tough test against Eagles, Civo coach Oscar Kaunda, said the two away victories have boosted the team’s morale.

“We are taking the game against Eagles seriously. We know that Eagles will come hard to spoil our party, but the players are set for the match,” he said.

The civil servants bagged six points when they beat Fisd Wizards 1-0 last Saturday, before defeating Be Forward Wanderers by the same margin. Civo are on position eight on the log table with 22 points from 16 games.

Civo started the season on a low having gone eight games without a win in the first round. Their first win of the season came after beating Silver Strikers 0-2 at home Silver Stadium.

Since then, Civo have been in top form and have been crushing their opponents. John Lanjesi and Emmanuel Zoya have been solid in defence.

On his part, Eagles team manager, Gabriel Chirwa, was also confident that his charges would triumph against resurgent Civo.

“We are not scared with their recent performance and we will do our best to stop them this Saturday,” Chirwa said.

On the other hand, Eagles are coming straight from their 3-0 victory over Airborne Rangers at Nankhaka Stadium. The Area 30 side is third with 26 points from 15 games.

Up the table, defending champions, Big Bullets, lead with 35 points, seven ahead of second-placed Azam Tigers. Bullets host Red Lions tomorrow whereas Wanderers entertain Kamuzu Barracks on Saturday.

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