Masters Security Southern Region Football Association (SRFA) Premier League first round is set to conclude this weekend.
There have been battles of agony and excitement as teams fought for points.
Zomba United travel to Mangochi to play Mangochi Police whereas Polytechnic host Prison United tomorrow.
Mangochi Police will be going into this match having lost at home to Bvumbwe Research 4-2 last weekend.
The law enforcers seemed to have failed to build from their Carlsberg Cup success.
But they still have the advantage to pull the strings with their marksmen Daniel Nkhata, Aliya Nyondo and Charles Douglas who can be a menace on their day.
However, Zomba will bank their hopes on their recent free-scoring forward Charles Chipala Junior and Amidu Mapila.
Meanwhile, SRFA vice-secretary Kingsley Simbeye says teams that played and won against Chancellor College (Chanco) FC docked three points because the students will not be able to finish their games this season.
“We thought it wise to scrap off Chanco FC from the fixtures because they only played 12 games before their school session was suspended by their authorities in July. Without doing this, the second round could have delayed to kick off,” he explained.
This means that Mitra Icons are still top of the table with 41 points from 20 games.
Blantyre United, Chikwawa United and Cobbe Barracks have 39 points each in that order from 20 games.
They all have finished their first round games.
Zomba United have 37 points from 19 games.
They stand a better chance of finishing on second position if they win their last game in Mangochi. n