By ZBC Reporter
WINLESS Caps United will be hoping for better fortunes when they clash with Herentals in their third match of the Chibuku Super Cup at the National Sports Stadium this Wednesday without four key players.
Caps United face a team they have beaten only once in four league meetings since Herentals were promoted to the top flight, although the two teams have an identical record of a win apiece and two draws
Without the injured quartet of Ian Nyoni, Leeroy Mavhunga, Phineus Bhamusi and Valentine Musarurwa, Makepekepe coach Darlington Dodo believes he has enough arsenal for the job.
“We have been struggling with our defence we letting in goals but we have the players to turn things around, even worth those injuries we still score goals,” said Dodo.
Herentals Coach is also choosing to remain optimistic.
“We just have to convert the chances, we create so many chances but we need to convert if we had done then we would have won all our matches,” said Kumbirai Mutiwekuziva.
In the other match, Harare City who are yet to collect maximum points will be hoping to take advantage of wounded YADAH who are still recovering from a four-nil drubbing by Dynamos in their last match.
However, history is not on their side and Lloyd Chitembwe already knows that his Harare City has only beaten Yadah once in six matches.
Yadah on the hand haven’t won any of their two matches so far and the two coaches know exactly what they need to do to register their first victory.
“The team is very happy and we are making progress and we are happy, we are we just need to eliminate mistakes,” said Coach Genesis Mangombe.
Harare City have a clean bill of health, while Yadah will be missing striker, Fortune Bhinzi and Amon Kambanje.
By ZBC Reporter