On fire FC Platinum and Ngezi Platinum have been separated in the Chibuku Super Cup semi-finals after a draw conducted in Harare this Monday.
FC Platinum and Dynamos, who share seven league titles between them in the last decade will collide in a blockbuster Chibuku Super Cup semi-final after the draw for the last four was conducted this Monday.
FC Platinum have been dominant in the Cup competition losing only one match to rivals Ngezi Platinum, while Dynamos are yet to lose a match.
“We are ready for the challenge and we don’t fear anyone, at this stage of the competition we expect to play against anyone,” said Isaiah Mupfurutsa, Dynamos Chairperson.
The other semi-final will see Ngezi Platinum Stars taking on new boys Cranborne Bullets.
Bullets are undefeated in the Cup competition and are still living the dream.
“We want to go as far as we can, and we take each game as it comes, we are motivated by the need to create history,” said Lt. Colonel Douglas Gwite, Craneborne Bullets Chairperson.
Ngezi on the other hand are hoping for a repeat of the year 2016 when they lifted the Cup.
“We can win it again, and we want to win it and with all the investments we need to start picking up trophies,” said Leonard Masarira, Ngezi Platinum Stars Chairperson.
All the semi-finals will be played at the National Sports Stadium on the 20th and the 21st of this month with the final set for the fourth of December.