Action in the second round of the 2022 TNM super league season is expected to resume with mouth-watering fixtures on 23rd July with three points at stake as teams battle for the top prize of MK40 million.

With pride at stake, all eyes will be at the Civo Stadium where capital city giants Civil Service United and Silver strikers will battle for points.

Meanwhile, league leaders Nyasa Big Bullets who have a 11 points gap over second placed Blue Eagles will resume action in the second round with a date against Kamuzu Barracks while Eagles will travel to Karonga to date Karonga United.

TNM super league rookies Salima Sugar Dynamos which has booked itself a place in the Airtel top 8 cup, will face Red Lions while Mighty Mukuru Wanderers will face TN Stars.

The most glamorous fixture of the second round will be played on 7 August when two Blantyre giants Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Mukuru Wanderers size each other for three points in the Blantyre derby.

Here are fixtures for the opening weekend in the second round of the upper League

23 JULY 

Nyasa Big Bullets vs Kamuzu Barracks at Kamuzu stadium

Karonga united vs Blue Eagles @ Karonga stadium

MAFCO vs Ekwendeni @ Chitowe stadium

Dedza Dynamos Salima Sugar vs Red Lions @ Dedza stadium

 

24 JULY

Waka Waka Tigers vs Rumphi united @ Mpira stadium

Moyale Barracks vs Sable Farming @ Mzuzu stadium

Civil service united vs Silver strikers @ Civo stadium

TN Stars vs Might Mukuru Wanderers @ Kasungu stadium