Surestream Academy, who had the luxury of winning the Southern Region Football League (SRFL) Division One championship with four games to go, have switched focus to preparing for the Premier Division.
The academy’s technical director Peter Mponda, who doubles as coach, said: “With the championship already in the bag, we are using the remaining matches to prepare for the Premier Division by trying out several combinations.
“Of course, we are yet to get the approval from the board on whether we will play in the higher division, but we have started preparing all the same.”
The academy has 80 points from 32 games—with two games—while Mangochi Police who are on second position, have 62 points from 31 games and even if they win their three games, their maximum points will be 71 points—nine points behind Surestream.
Blantyre ADD are third with 57 points from 30 games and their maximum points are 69 points, third-placed Chinangwa Madrid are tied with BT ADD.
On fourth position are Luchenza Tea Stars with 55 points from 28 games and their maximum points are 73 so, too, Mitole who are fifth while Black Stars, who are on sixth position with 53 points from 27 games, have a maximum points of 74 points.
All the teams from second to sixth have a chance of earning promotion if they finish second or third.