Presidential Cup action returns next week after almost a month break induced by Malawi national football team engagements.
Be Forward Wanderers host Max Bullets next Wednesday at Kamuzu Stadium Nyasa Big Bullets face Kabwafu FC at Mzuzu Stadium on Saturday in the quarter-finals.
The winner will join Mafco and Moyale Barracks who already booked a place in the semi-finals.
The two quarter-finals matches were delayed after Bullets and Wanderers contributed more than three players to the national team which was engaged in Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Zimbabwe and Cosafa Cup in Namibia.
Bullets contributed Ernest Kakhobwe, Chiukepo Msowoya, Pilirani Zonda, Dalitso Sailesi, Muhammad Sulumba, John Lanjesi, Miracle Gabeya and Yamikani Fodya while the Nomads had Isaac Kaliyati, Stanley Sanudi, Francis Mlimbika and Rafik Namwela in Flames camp.
To make it to the semi-final, Mafco beat neighbours Dwangwa United while Moyale Barracks booted out Epac FC last month.
The action start on Wednesday when Be Forward Wanderers hosts Max Bullets at Kamuzu Stadium before Nyasa Big Bullets travel to Mzuzu to face Kabwafu at Mzuzu Stadium next Saturday.
The semifinals will be played on July 2 and 3 while the final is scheduled for July 16 according to Football Association of Malawi (FAM) competitions manager Gomezgani Zakazaka.
“Despite the break, the programme has not been affected. We will stick t the calendar and have the final played on July 16 as previously announced,” Zakazaka said. n