Bullets FC and Mighty Wanderers will have a difficult time to make up for the Presidential Cup disappointment after being handed tough fixtures in the Carlsberg Cup national draw held on Monday at Chiwembe Technical and Development Centre in Blantyre.
Outspoken Wanderers General Secretary David Kanyenda said they would go flat out to make up for the Presidential Cup loss.“This is our chance to avenge the loss to them. We will prepare for them,” said Kanyenda in reaction to the draw.
Bullets chairman Malinda Chinyama also said they were not worried with the fixture.“We cannot avoid meeting big teams if we want to win the cup,” Chinyama said.

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