DeMbare form worries Pasuwa

HARARE - Dynamos  coach Calisto Pasuwa is typically cautious ahead of Sunday’s epic Castle Premiership showdown with ZPC Kariba on Sunday, pointing to his team’s recent poor form as reason to be wary.

Leaders Dynamos – with 54 points and one above ZPC Kariba with only two matches before the end of the season – will claim the title with a won over ZPC, but Pasuwa chose to be noncommittal when asked about his team’s chances at the weekend.

“It’s not over until it’s over, we have to play first, in our last league match against Bantu Rovers many people thought that we were favourites to collect maximum points but we drew,” Pasuwa said yesterday’s training session at the National Sports Stadium. 

“I think the better team will win, we have done our preparations and we are now ready to face ZPC Kariba. We know that that they beat us in the reverse fixture, but this is new game altogether.”

Dynamos will miss chief striker Washington Pakamisa, who limped out of training yesterday with an injury. Pasuwa believes the former CAPS United man can be replaced.

A win for ZPC Kariba will see Saul Chaminuka’s side move to the top of the log standing with two a two-point advantage before they finish against CAPS next weekend. 

Saturday: ZPC Kariba v Dynamos (National Sports Stadium, SS), Chicken Inn v Buffaloes (Hartsfield).

Sunday: CAPS v Harare City (National Sports Stadium, SS), Shabanie v Highlanders (Maglas), Bantu Rovers v How Mine (Hartsfield), Hwange v FC Platinum (Colliery), Chiredzi v Triangle (Chishamiso), Chapungu v Black Rhinos (Ascot).

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