Pasuwa aims to keep momentum

HARARE - Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa is aiming to extent his team’s unbeaten run when the Castle Premiership programme resumes on Wednesday.

The defending champions, who played to a one-all draw with Monomotapa in a friendly match on Saturday, will resume their campaign against troubled Buffaloes at Sakubva on Wednesday.

Dynamos, who are in second place behind leaders Highlanders, are yet to lose a match after 13 games and Pasuwa is already plotting for the Mutare-based soldiers.

“We are back again to our league games, we are aiming to continue with our performance. We are looking for a positive result in our next game against Buffaloes,” Pasuwa told the Daily News after the weekend draw with Monomotapa.

Dynamos will resume their campaign without vice-captain Tawanda Muparati, who is suspended for the trip to Mutare.

The midfielder is one of the nine players who have been suspended by the league after accumulating three yellow cards in previous assignments.

“Yes we are going to miss the services of Muparati due to suspension but we have man power to fill the gap created by his absence,” Pasuwa added.

Pasuwa will have a large pool from which to select the team with midfielder Cliff Sekete and defender Byron Madzokere recovering from injuries.

However, Buffaloes newly appointed coach Timothy Masachi will be looking to start his reign on a promising note.

Dynamos have won their last two matches of the campaign with identical 2-0 wins against Motor Action and Black Rhinos.

The Glamour Boys will be looking to continue with that winning run so that they can cut the gap between them and Highlanders which currently stands at four points.


Wednesday: Black Mambas v Shabanie Mine (Morris Depot), Highlanders v Chicken Inn (Barbourfields), Buffaloes v Dynamos SS9 (Sakubva), Black Rhinos v Tripple B (Rimuka), CAPS United v Hwange (National Sports Stadium), Motor Action v FC Platinum (Motor Action)

Thursday: How Mine v Triangle (Luveve), Harare City v Monomotapa SS9 (Rufaro)

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