Rookies Kamuzu Barracks (KB) will be gunning for maximum points in welcoming Big Bullets at Civo Stadium on Sunday, but for the hostsâ€™ custodian Victor Nangwale, the motivation comes from somewhere else.
â€œI am on a personal crusade; a mission to finish the league with most clean sheets. My wish is also to do the same when meeting Bullets,â€ declared the towering shot stopper on Thursday when asked about his perspective of the Bullets match.
The two teamsâ€™ first round meeting ended 1-1, but what Nangwale remembers most this season is that he did not concede a goal in most of the encounters..
In the first round, KB beat Blantyre United (2-0), Mighty Wanderers (1-0) and Epac FC (1-0) and drew 0-0 against Mafco.
Last Sunday, Bullets lost 1-0 to Blue Eagles.
Bullets coach Eddington Ngâ€™onamo, who welcomes from suspension Sankhani Mkandawire and Yamikani Tambala, wants nothing short of three points in the bag.
â€œThe boys are determined as this is a must-win game for us. We need to move up the table,â€ Ngâ€™onamo said on Thursday about the Bullets who lie third on 31 points whereas KB are fourth from the bottom on 16 points.