Challenges ahead for Malawians in PSL

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Malawi national football team players plying their trade with different teams in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) in South Africa have a big task ahead of them this weekend as they return to action in the search for maximum points.

Flames defender Limbikani Mzamva will be in action tonight for Highlands Park in their first game since games were postponed in the rainbow nation while striker Gabadinho Mhango will want to find his scoring boots as he tries to win the golden boot and has 14 goals to his name this season as Orlando Pirates welcome his former club Bidvest Wits.

The duo of Malawi national football team striker Richard Mbulu will have to switch their focus to action in the PSL after losing the Nedbank cup semifinals last weekend to Bloemfontein Celtic as they try to help Baroka football club avoid relegation as well as the pair of defender Denis Chembezi and striker Khuda Muyaba who play for Polokwane city and are in the relegation zone.

Former flames midfielder Robert Ng’ambi is expected to be in action for Black Leopards as they fight for survival in the league while Malawian coach John Maduka will want his boys to transform their Nedbank cup fine form to the league as they face supersport united.


Friday 14 August
Chippa United vs Cape Town City
Highlands Park vs Mamelodi Sundowns

Saturday 15 August
Stellenbosch vs Golden Arrows
Amazulu vs Baroka
Polokwane City vs Kaizer Chiefs
Orlando Pirates vs Bidvest Wits

Sunday 16 August
Black Leopards vs Maritzburg united
Supersport united vs Bloemfontein Celtic

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