Table-topping Max Bullets FC say they will have a cautious approach to their game against Prison United FC in the Nsejjere Southern Region Football Association (SRFA) Premier League.
The match is on tomorrow at Prison ground. Owner of the team Maxwell Kapanda said in an interview that his team expects a tough game at their opponents’ backyard.
Max Bullets lead the table with 38 points from 18 games.
“We are mindful of the fact that they will come flat out to beat us. We are not throwing caution to the wind and despite leading the table, we will not be complacent,” said Kapanda.
Prison United are fresh from their international trip to Botswana where they participated in prison games for countries in Southern Africa Development Community (Sadc).
Their coach MacDonald Mtetemera said they are going to use the Sadc experience in the league.
“Despite the fact that we finished third at the event, the knowledge gained will be beneficial in this league. We are aware that for us to win the league, teams such as Max Bullets are the ones we should beat,” he said.
Mtetemera added that his charges are fired up and will aim to collect maximum points from the game.
In other fixtures tomorrow, Changalume Barracks will be at home to Bvumbwe Research at Zomba Community Centre ground whereas White Eagles will entertain Zomba United at Police Training School (PTS) ground.
Polytechnic FC will sort it out with their fellow students Chanco FC at Polytechnic ground whereas Nyasa United have a game against Sparc Hawks at BAT ground.
On Sunday, second-placed Cobbe Barracks will be away to Michiru Madrid at BAT ground. Polytechnic will take on Prison United whereas Bvumbwe Research will be at home against Mangochi Police. Chanco FC will play Nyasa United at Chirunga ground.