No time to rest: Bullets face Wanderers in FDH Cup semis

Nyasa Big Bullets FC, Mighty Wanderers FC

Straight from Tanzania where they got booted out of the CAF Champions League by Simba SC, Nyasa Big Bullets will not have the luxury of resting as they hit the road again to Lilongwe for the semifinal clash against Mighty Mukuru Wanderers.

Bullets arrived in the country on Monday through Chileka International Airport after suffering a 2-0 loss to Simba.

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has set Bingu National Stadium (BNS) to host the Blantyre derby on Saturday.

The winner between the two sides joins Nyasa Big Bullets Reserve which ousted Extreme FC 2-1 last weekend to secure their final spot earlier

This will be the third Blantyre derby this season as the two already clashed in the TNM Super League.

In the first round, Bullets won 2-1, while the latest result had Wanderers come from behind to level matters in a three-all encounter at Kamuzu Stadium.

Bullets are yet to provide details on the health status of some of their players who are suspected to have consumed poisoned food in Dar es Salam.

Bullets coach, Kalisto Pasuwa told the media in Tanzania that some of his players were feeling dizzy and weak during the Simba SC match.