Be Forward Wanderers say they are returning to Bingu National Stadium tomorrow to cherish the Luso TV Bus Ipite Bonanza memories.
During the bonanza, they thumped their archrivals Nyasa Big Bullets 3-0 in the first leg at Kamuzu Stadium before completing the victory a week later at Bingu National Stadium with a 2-1 win.
Wanderers team manager Steve Maderia yesterday said they are looking forward to return to the stadium to face Bullets in Wafawafa Bonanza.
“We have no pressure at all. We are going there to try new players and different formations. The pressure is on Bullets because they want to taste victory at the new stadium. We are treating this match as any pre-season friendly,” he said.
The rivals clash after an all Lilongwe lunch hour fixture between Super League champions Kamuzu Barracks and Silver Strikers.
The winners in tomorrow fixture meet Sunday in the final while the losers will face off in third place play-off.
The Nomads on Wednesday fired a warning shot to their rivals with a 4-0 whitewash of PremierBet Wizards in a strength testing match played at Country Club Limbe.
Featuring some of their new catches, the Nomads proved too hot for Wizards with strikers Peter Wadabwa and returnee Precious Msosa on the offensive.
Msosa proved he deserves a place in the Nomads side with a first half brace from Mike Kaziputa assists.
Ishmael Thindwa came off the bench and scored another brace to complete the rout.
But Bullets vice-captain Yamikani Fodya said they were not under pressure.
“I cannot promise anything. We will just go and play our football,” Fodya said on Wednesday after receiving equipment from sponsors Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC). n