The TNM Super League is now half way into the first round. 54 games have been played so far in which 129 goals have been scored. 37 games have been won or lost and 17 games have been drawn. Four games have ended goalless.
Reigning Champions Big Bullets are currently leading with 16 points from 8 games they have played, have a prefect home record so far since they have managed to correct maximum points at home. Maule together with their arch rivals Noma…ds and The Eagles remain unbeaten in the league this far. Bullets have scored the most goals -15, while Kamuzu Barracks is mean at the back after conceding a few goals -5.
The top seven teams in the league have a positive goal difference while the bottom seven teams have a negative one and Red Lions stuck in the middle are having a zero goal difference.
Rookies Surestream F.C managed to collect their first away point on their sojourns in the central region following their drawn match with Epac surrendering the anchoring of log table responsibilities to Civo United now. Together with the Civil Servants (Civo) remain without a victory.
Airborne Rangers, Dedza Young Soccer, Epac F.C, Surestream F.C and Civo United are yet to manage an away win while Big Bullets, Blue Eagles, Nomads, Azam Tigers, Mzuni F.C and rookies Dedza Young Soccer have managed to build an unpregennable home fortress.
The nomads have this far been good travelers after managing 12 points collection (3wins and 3 drawas) though at par with Kaukau who also have 12 away points but have lost once.
John Malidadi Jnr. is leading the top scorers chart and is the only one claiming a hat trick in the elite league so far. Richard Chande this far is the unfortunate one to score past his own goal keeper. The soccer mecca Kamuzu Stadium have hosted the highest scoring matches as at week seven (Big Bullets 5 Dedza Young Soccer 2 and Surestream 2 Blue Eagles 4 matches).
139 cards have been flashed this far, 8 red cards and 131 yellow cards. Be Forward Wanderers, Red Lions and Kamuzu Barracks have had two red cards each while Mafco F.C and Airborne Rangers have one each.
Top Scorers are: – 6 goals – John Malidadi Jnr (Blue Eagles), 5 goals – Chiukepo Msowoya (Big Bullets) and Innocent Bokosi (Red Lions) and 4 goals – Paul Phiri (Mafco FC)