Action in the country’s top flight league is expected back after two weeks of games being suspended by the Super League of Malawi (SULOM) due to security reasons after the May 21 tripartite elections as some areas were rumoured to be violent prone.
This weekend lakeshore giants Dwangwa United, Masters Security football club and Tigers football club are each going to play for six points as they are to play two games each during the weekend.
Dwangwa United is expected to travel to the commercial city of Blantyre with Masters Security and Tigers football club traveling to the northern region.
Pick of the action this weekend is the Lilongwe derby between Silver Strikers football club and Civil Sporting club on Sunday.
Saturday 8 June
Be Forward Wanderers football club vs Dwangwa United @ Kamuzu stadium
Chitipa United vs Masters Security football club @ Karonga stadium
Kamuzu Barracks football club vs Mlatho Mponela football club @ civo stadium
Mzuni football club vs Tigers football club @ Mzuzu stadium
Sunday 9 June
Ntopwa football club vs Dwangwa United @ Kamuzu stadium
Silver Strikers football club vs Civil Sporting club @ silver stadium
Karonga United vs Masters Security football club @ Karonga stadium
Moyale Barracks football club vs Tigers football club @ Mzuzu stadium
All games kick off 14:30 CAT