Malawi nation football team, the Flames will dedicate the friendly match against Bangladesh to the victims of Cyclone Freddy.
National team coach, Mario Marinica said the team wants to give hope to Malawians as they are going through turbulent times.
Over 200 people are reported to have died and hundreds are missing.
Marinica said: "We want to perform having in mind the people that are suffering. We would like to obviously get a win to dedicate the win to them.
"The match is important because we want to give them chance to perform and other to have a chance to come up with match fitness."
Marinica also said this will be a chance to assemble his team.
"We decided to get a larger squad as we have yellow cards and we might have injuries so we do not want to have costly mistakes," adding he want to be prepared.
Captain Stanley Sanudi said the team is ready and they want to give the best despite having not played a lot of games.
"This game will give us morale," he said.
Malawi will face Egypt in back-to-back matches in AFCON qualifiers.
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) President Walter Nyamilandu Manda said: "The tragedy, with its loss of life, property and the suffering of the people who have been affected, has distressed the entire Malawi Football community.
“On behalf of FAM and the entire Football fraternity in the country, we would like to extend our deepest condolences to the families of the victims who are bereaved of their beloved ones .We wish to convey our solidarity with all those affected at this time of great sorrow.
“We call upon everyone in our beautiful game to share the difficulties of the people in the affected areas and help them to return to their normal lives as soon as possible. It is my hope that with our collective effort and support they will overcome the tragic consequences of the floods and storm.”