Malawian midfielder Chikondi Likwemba has admitted that his Botswana club has a tough fight to shrug off relegation in the beMOBILE Premiership.
After 26 rounds of matches, Letpaleng have 15 points and must win the remaining four games if they are to avoid a drop on the 16-member table.
However, the team for his compatriot Lawrence Majawa is safe and has an outside chance of winning the league while placed second on 52 points from 26 games, eight points shy of runaway leaders Mochudi Centre Chiefs.
“It is tough. I found the team there [at the bottom]. We tried to fight, but results are not coming [our way]. It is frustrating big time. We will survive only if we win our last four games and we pray the teams ahead of us must slip up,” said Likwemba, who locally played for Blantyre United, a team that also got the chop during the last TNM Super League season.
Botswana Premier League latest news state that weekend results of the league have seen massive changes in the league table affecting the top and the bottom sides.
Sankoyo Bush Bucks are now in the top eight after winning against bottom side Letlapeng. The results now mean the last four laps will be more than interesting to watch.