Nyasa Big Bullets were on Saturday scheduled to face Silver Strikers in Lilongwe before meeting Ntopwa FC in Blantyre on Tuesday, but the Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has postponed the two matches.
This follows The People’s Team’s contribution of more than three players to the Malawi national team.
Sulom made a communication on Monday that some TNM Super League games were rescheduled due to Flames’ engagement in Lesotho during the international break.
“…the matches Silver Strikers vs Nyasa Big Bullets, Be Forward Wanderers vs Tigers F.C on 12/10/2019 and Big Bullets versus Ntopwa F.C on 15/10/2019 have been postponed.
“…and due to the Fisd Challenge Cup fixture involving Mafco vs Mzuni on 12/10/2019 matches Karonga United vs Dwangwa United on 12/10/2019 and Savenda Chitipa United vs Dwangwa United will be rescheduled.
“Karonga United will host Savenda Chitipa United on 12/10/2019 and Dwangwa United will host Mzuni on 13/10/2019,” Sulom announced.
Malawi will play Lesotho in two international friendly matches away in Maseru on Friday and Sunday.
Coach Meck Mwase named a 27-man squad, including 12 Bullets players who went into camp at Mpira Village in Chiwembe on Monday. The team leaves Blantyre for Maseru on Thursday.
Bullets, who have played 20 league games, are second on the standings with 42 points while Be Forward Wanderers are at the summit with 45 points from 21 games.
The People’s Team has won 12 games, drawing six times and registering two losses, both away. Bullets are yet to lose at home and are the highest scorers, netting 45 goals and the least conceding team in the elite league, having let in 10 goals.
Mlatho Mponela are yet to win away while Ntopwa F.C have conceded the most goals, 36, and Masters Security are anchoring the log table with 14 points.