Two teams will be fighting for a taste of a first win this Sunday, when the fourth week of the TNM Super League gets underway.
Bvumbwe Research and Blantyre United take their search for first maximum points to Zomba Community Centre ground while Escom United, who are also yet to win a game, have no fixture this weekend.
Bvumbwe have in two games lost once and earned a point whereas Blantyre have in three outings just garnered a point.
Striker Vincent Chinthenga for Bvumbwe, who are coached by Bob Mpinganjira, must stand out to be counted in this game while Blantyre United leading scorer, Brown Mizeye needs to tick in front of the poles.
Having being held to a barren draw last Sunday, Escom chairperson Fanuel Nkhono had a word of caution to all next opponents for Bvumbwe.
“They better tread carefully because Bvumbwe have improved from the way they started the league. They gave us a good run for our money,” said Nkhono on Monday.
Elsewhere, leaders Silver Strikers welcome Kamuzu Barracks FC as second-placed Civo United descend to Blantyre for a meeting with depleted Big Bullets at Kamuzu Stadium.
In Mzuzu, there will be a soldiers affair as Moyale entertain Mafco while Azam Tigers take their battle with Red Lions to Nchalo.
All the domestic league action is on Sunday to pave the way for the Flames 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Chad on Saturday.