Civil Sporting Club will have to play their cards right due to the change in their TNM Super League southern region assignment where they are supposed to play two games against Nyasa Big Bullets and Tigers Football Clubs over the weekend.
In an early fixture released by the Super League of Malawi (SULOM) the Lilongwe based civil servants where to play first with the defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets on Saturday at the Kamuzu Stadium before facing Tigers Football Club a day later at the Mulanje Park Stadium but a change has been made as Civil Sporting Club will have to play Tigers first before meeting Nyasa Big Bullets.
Reports indicate that the change in dates for the games has been made to pave way for the president of the Republic of Malawi who will lead the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) as they will be having a rally at the Njamba freedom park which is close to the Kamuzu Stadium, to address people as the campaign period for the May 21 elections will be closing.
For the match between Nyasa Big Bullets and Civil Sporting club on Sunday at the Kamuzu Stadium fans will pay k2000 at the open stands, k3000 MBC at MBC stands ,k4000 and k5000 for covered stands and VIP stands respectively.
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