Big Bullets on Sunday failed to topple Moyale from the summit of the flagship Super League when they were held to a goalless draw at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre. The People’s Team also failed to avenge the only league defeat they have suffered so far having gone down 0-1 to Epac in the first-round. Bullets and Moyale both have 36 points from 17 games, but Moyale still have a better two-goal difference. Third-placed Blue Eagles continue to close in on the top two teams as they now trail by two points. The Eagles thumped rookies Chikwawa United 4-1 on Saturday, via a brace from Micium Mhone and a goal each by Schumacher Kuwali and John Malidadi while Amadu Maloko struck the consolation goal for Chikwawa. Civo United compounded Chikwawa’s misery with a 2-1 victory. In other matches, Azam Tigers pipped Mighty Wanderers 1-0 courtesy of Bright Munthali’s strike and Blantyre United were held 1-1 by Epac FC. Wanderers have once again dropped to 11th position with 17 points from 16 games. However, it was Airborne Rangers who registered an upset following a 3-0 thrashing of Red Lions on Sunday. Silver Strikers also started the second-round on a bright note with a 2-0 win over Kamuzu Barracks to keep their flickering defence title hopes alive. Karonga United still anchor the table with 10 points from 17 games.