By Anashe Murombedzi
THE Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match featuring Harare giants, Dynamos and 2015 Champions Chicken Inn at the National sports stadium on Sunday promises to be a mouthwatering encounter with the two sides confident of their chances.
The Glamour Boys were bullish when they went through their paces at the Prince Edwards School grounds this Thursday ahead of the encounter against Chicken Inn on Sunday.
Tonderai Ndiraya’s charges hope to change the script after sharing spoils with FC Platinum last weekend.
“We want all departments to be represented in that front we want all players to be up for the intensity that is required in each and every match that is required so that’s what we have been working on and I think we are in the right direction we want the players to be clinical, aggressive and ruthless, especially in the offensive department that’s where we have become short in the Chibuku tournament.
“In the past we have not been scoring quite a number of goals that’s why we have brought in some new faces then in the midfield we were also lacking creativity so I believe we now have the right players in those two departments going forward,” said Ndiraya.
In their last eight meetings with Joey Antipas’ men, Dynamos have one victory having drawn three times and losing four matches.