PSL trio on revival path

By Anashe Murombedzi

THE traditional giants of local football, Dynamos, Caps United and Highlanders all collected maximum points in the same weekend for the first time this season.

Known in Zimbabwean Football history as the big three because of their success and massive support base, Dynamos, Highlanders and Caps United, have all been stuttering this season.

The big three however reminded football fans of their pedigree when they all collected maximum points during the same weekend with Dynamos and Highlanders recording comprehensive victories.

Harare Giants Dynamos beat Tenax 3-1 at the National Sports Stadium with the Glamour boys making a statement of intent as they scored for fun.

The latest win saw Dembare climbing the ladder to the third position with 13 points, three points behind joint leaders Manica Diamonds and Chicken Inn.

Another giant, Caps United is slowly gathering momentum after recording their second win of the season with a one-nil victory away to Bulawayo City.

Makepekepe’s second victory of the season saw them moving into the top half of the table with 10 points as the experienced squad starts to gel.
Just like Caps United, Highlanders picked up their second win of the season after walloping an inform Herentals side four-nil at Barbourfields stadium.

Bosso have been struggling in front of goal with midfielder Nxobizitha Ncube being their top goalscorer with three goals.

On the other hand, Manica Diamonds returned to the top of the table with 16 points after they came from a goal down to beat Triangle United 2-1.

However, Chicken Inn who have the same number of points are second because of an inferior goal difference.

Triangle United are fourth with 13 points while the Platinum teams Ngezi Platinum and FC Platinum are fifth and sixth with 12 points each.
Whawha leapfrogged Yadah and Cranborne after picking up their first win of the season.

However, the Whawha remain in the relegation zone with five points while Yadah have four points with Cranborne Bullets anchoring the log with 2 points.

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