PSL cancels weekend fixtures

HARARE - The Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) has cancelled all the matches that had been scheduled for this weekend to pave way for the Independence cup semi-finals.  

“This serves to advise that the PSL Matchday 3 fixtures scheduled for Saturday April 16, 2016 have been postponed in order to accommodate the Zimbabwe Independence Cup semi-final matches,” PSL spokesperson Kudzi Bare said yesterday.

“Matchday 3 Castle Lager PSL matches will be now played on the weekend of April 23/24, 2016.

“The clubs participating in the Independence Cup semi-final matches will be advised of the competition Rules and Regulations in due course.”

Highlanders will host FC Platinum in one of the semi-finals of the Cup on Saturday at Barbourfields Stadium.

Bosso will be looking to bounce back after losing 2-1 to the same opponents in their league meeting last weekend.

In the other semi-final, Dynamos will host Chicken Inn at Rufaro Stadium on the same day in the capital.

DeMbare were ruthlessly outclassed 3-0 by the Gamecocks when the two sides met in the opening match of the 2016 league campaign two weeks ago at Barbourfields.

This coming Saturday’s match will provide a perfect opportunity for the Glamour Boys to inflict some revenge on the Gamecocks.

Winners of both semi-finals do not have much time to recuperate as they will clash in the final of the competition on Monday at the National Sports Stadium.

The final will be part of the celebrations to mark Zimbabwe’s Independence Day.

Teams which are going to lose in the semi-finals will play in the third and fourth play-off match at White City Stadium also on Monday.

Comments (2)

Makeke!!!!!!! Toidzokorora Hylanders kuseri nekuseri.

Ziso - 13 April 2016

Hooooooo two heroines in one day......the next record five heroes in one day!!!!

Tsikwela - 13 April 2016

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