Callisto Pasuwa’s is expecting his charges to leave everything on the pitch as his Malawian side Nyasa Big Bullets face Civil Sporting Club at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe on Thursday afternoon in their last away game in the 2019 season.
Speaking to reporters ahead of today’s match, the Zimbabwean also bemoaned waterlogged pitches which have made it hard to play football. He said:
The team is looking good. The players are ready to play. No injuries so far. But the games have been intensive throughout. The teams we are playing are throwing everything at us.
You know we played on a water-logged pitch against Silver. We have been trying to recover from that. Today we were interrupted again by the rains and we didn’t train. We also expect the same conditions in the game against Civil.
Bullets overcame Silver Strikers on Sunday at water-logged Silver Stadium, and still lead the 16-team TNM Super League with 61 points, just a point above second-placed Be Forward Wanderers with three matches left each.
The People’s Team will play TN Stars and Moyale Barracks at their base, Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre in their last two matches.