Nyasa Big Bullets returned to training on Wednesday ahead of the TNM Super League encounter against Savenda Chitipa United at Kamuzu Stadium this weekend.
The boys had two days of rest following the team’s return Monday morning from the northern region – a distance of about 1,350 kilometers to and fro, minus playing two games.
Bullets were in Mzuzu where they defeated Moyale Barracks 0-2 on Saturday before a goalless draw against Mzuni FC 24 hours later.
Precious Sambani is the only player who did not train on Wednesday out of the 24-member squad that traveled to Mzuzu. The left-back picked up an injury against Moyale and was not featured in the game against Mzuni.
Dalitso Sailesi and Henry Kabichi, who did not travel with the team due to an illness and attending to a deceased brother’s burial, respectively, were also available for full training. Miracle Gabeya had light training.
Going into Week 10 of the TNM Super League this season facing Chitipa United, The People’s Team will this Saturday return to Kamuzu Stadium after three away fixtures in the TNM Super League.
Before meeting Moyale and Mzuni at the weekend, Bullets suffered a 2-1 defeat away to Blue Eagles in Lilongwe on June 15.
Currently, Bullets are on position five on the log table with 14 points from seven games played.
Savenda Chitipa United, who have have played 10 games and collected six points, are second from the bottom of the 16-member log table.