'DeMbare will be tough'

HARARE - Triangle coach Kelvin Kaindu predicts a tough battle against reigning Castle Lager Premiership champions Dynamos this afternoon at National Sports Stadium.

The Sugar Sugar Boys, who are coming from two consecutive defeats against FC Platinum and How Mine, respectively are hoping to bounce back to winning ways.

The Lowveld based team started their season on a positive note and currently sit on fourth position with 20 points one point behind Dynamos, who are on third position.

“Dynamos is a good team, well organised and we know that tomorrow they will be physically and mentally prepared well for the match,” Kaindu told the Daily News on Sunday

“Our aim is to bounce back to winning ways but we know we need to be on our best to beat Dynamos.

“We need to play our normal game and avoid the situation were we put ourselves under unnecessary pressure.

“In the game of football sometimes results will not come as you want but there is need to remain hopeful and we need to work hard in order to get a positive result.”

Kaindu is concerned about his side's defensive lapse in recent matches.

“Look, in our last two defeats we were scoring so I cannot blame my strikers they were doing a good job,” he said.

“I think we played well but our defence is the major area we want to work on they were not at their best in the last two matches.

“But just like any other team we want to compete well. Everybody wants to win and we are looking forward to doing well.”

Triangle are also still closely monitoring some of their players who have fitness concerns.

Cabby Kamhapa and Makundika Sakala  some of the senior players who are out for today’s match due to injuries.

“Yes these are some of key players but I think we have enough players to replace those who are injured and it’s a good opportunity for other players to showcase their talents,” he said.

Today: How Mine v ZPC Kariba (Luveve Stadium), Whawha v Hwange (Ascot Stadium), Tsholotsho FC v Caps United (White City Stadium), Dynamos v Triangle (NSS)

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