By Courage Bushe
2014 Winners, FC Platinum are confident of winning the Chibuku Super Cup for the second time when they take on Ngezi Platinum Stars in the final set for Mandava Stadium on Sunday.
Fireworks are expected when two clubs, both owned by Platinum mining companies, clash in the Chibuku Super Cup final.
With some having dubbed it a clash of superiority between the inform sides in the top flight, Sunday will be the D-day.
It will also be a replay of the 2016 Chibuku Super Cup final, when the two giants clashed and Ngezi Platinum triumphed.
FC Platinum coach, Norman Mapeza is confident of Victory.
“We have been preparing well for the upcoming fixture and I think we have everything at our disposal to upset Ngezi,” said Mapeza.
This is not first time the two teams are meeting in the Chibuku Super Cup this year after FC Platinum and Ngezi Platinum met in the group stage.
There was very little to separate them with Ngezi Platinum winning the first match before FC Platinum claimed three points in the reverse fixture.