Nyasa Big Bullets says they are ready for Platinum football club in the first leg of this years Confederation of African Football (CAF) champions league on Saturday.
TNM super league defending champions assistant coach Peter Mponda said the visitors should expect a tough game this weekend at the Kamuzu stadium.
“We are prepared for the match dispute a few injuries on our camp. John Lanjesi, Righteous Banda and Mcfalen Ngwira are all injured but the other players have proved to do a good job in their absence”, he said.
Mponda also said the people’s team have an advantage as they have a Zimbabwean tactician.
“We are a bit on an advantage as Pasuwa is from Zimbabwe and he know how the team plays”.
Meanwhile Platinum football club arrived in Malawi on Thursday ahead of the continental show piece.
In a related development Masters Security football club has arrived in Kampala, Uganda for the confederations cup game against Proline football club.
The financial struggling 2018 Calsberg cup winners left the country on Wednesday and are optimistic of getting a result away from home.