Big Bullets have yet another chance to dislodge Moyale from the top of the TNM Super League if they can either win or get a point in Saturday’s match against Chikwawa United pencilled for Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.
Both Bullets and Moyale have 44 points, but are separated by goal difference. However Moyale have played a game more  than Bullets.
However, the People’s Team general secretary Harold Fote was mindful of his team’s consistency.
“We have found ourselves in similar situations before, but we have failed to make good use of such opportunities because we drop points when you least expect us to.
“Nevertheless, this time around, we are geared at bagging full points. Our weakest link has been finishing power and that is why we brought in Nsazurwimo Ramadhan to assist the coaches in rectifying the problem,” said Fote.
However, even if Bullets go top on Saturday, it could be temporal as Moyale will be hosting Civo United at Mzuzu Stadium on Sunday.
And after a two-week break, third-placed Blue Eagles will also return to action on Saturday when they host Azam Tigers at Nankhaka Stadium in Lilongwe. Eagles have 40 points from 20 games.
Eleventh-placed Mighty Wanderers will be hoping to continue from where they stopped last week against Civo when they take on fourth-placed Red Lions at Balaka Stadium.
The full fixtures are as follows: Sat: Blue Eagles vs Azam Tigers @ Nankhaka, Karonga United vs Civo Utd @ Mzuzu Stadium, Airborne Rangers vs Silver Strikers @ Chitowe, Big Bullets vs Chikwawa Utd @ Kamuzu Stadium; Sun: Moyale vs Civo Utd at Mzuzu Stadium, Red Lions vs Mighty Wanderers @ Balaka, Epac vs Azam Tigers @ Civo