Capital City Lilongwe will this weekend host a mini tournament that will attract four TNM Super League giants Bullets FC, Mighty Wanderers, Silver Strikers and Epac FC.
The mini tournament dubbed Clash of Giants, will be played on Saturday and Sunday.
A draw conducted last week paired Silver Strikers and Bullets FC while Mighty Wanderers face Epac FC.
The winners in the two games will meet on Sunday in the final while the losers playing to identify the third placed side.
The champions will get K1 million while the runner up will pocket K500,000.
Third place team will pocket K300,000 and fourth placed will get K100,000.
The chairperson for the organizing committee Austin Kasito said the mini tournament has been organised by supporters of the four teams.
“We decided to have the mini tourney as one way for asking funds for the four clubs. The tournament will also give Lilongwe people a chance to watch football during the season break,” he said.
Charges for the games are K500 open stands, K2000 covered and K3000 VIP stands.
Kasito said the supporters should take advantage of the low gate charges to watch the games.
“Imagine they are going to pay K500 for two games between high profile teams. Nothing can beat that,” Kasito said.
“As you know Lilongwe supporters last watched Super League games about three weeks ago and this is their opportunity to enjoy the games while at the same team helping the clubs.”
The TNM Super league first round ended last weekend with Silver beating Bullets FC 3-1 and the mini tourney gives Bullets an opportunity to avenge the loss.
Bullets have already vowed to avenge the shameful loss that left the People’s Team supporters enraged venting their anger on the players.
There were fears that Bullets would not go to Lilongwe but latest reports indicate that they have resolved there differences.
Bullets general secretary Higger Mkandawire said all outstanding issue were sorted out and the players were set to return to training in preparation for the Lilongwe two day mini tournament.