Blue Eagles are the 2016 TNM Super League pacesetters having won both their games to top the log table.
The cops beat Epac FC 2-1 on Saturday courtesy of goals from Chisomo Chilasa and Osward Maonga while Anthony Banda pulled one back for Epac.
Last week, Eagles pipped newcomers Dwangwa United 1-0 in their opening game.
Six teams have four points. These are Moyale Barracks, Civo United, Be Forward Wanderers, defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets and Mzuni and Azam Tigers.
Moyale beat fellow soldiers Kamuzu Barracks 3-1 on Saturday in Mzuzu. It was a bad outing for KB who also lost by the same margin to Mzuni on Sunday.
Civo showed strong character to beat last season’s runners-up Mafco 3-2 while Wanderers were held to a one-all draw by rookies Dwangwa United on Saturday.
The Nomads took the lead through Luka Milanzi but Dwangwa levelled the score through Chifundo Tawiha.
Bullets registered their first win on Sunday with a 2-1 win over Red Lions in Balaka.
Muhammad Sulumba drew first blood for the People’s Team in the first half, but Lot Chawinga equalised. Then Niyikiza Aimable scored the winner in the second half.
At Silver Stadium in Lilongwe, Silver Strikers suffered their second consecutive defeat, going down 0-1 to Azam Tigers via Bright Munthali’s lone strike. The Bankers also lost their opening game 2-1 to Wanderers at home.
And in a battle of rookies, Max Bullets and Dwangwa played out a goalless draw on Sunday