By Anashe Murombedzi
LOG leaders, Dynamos are leaving nothing to chance ahead of their Castle Lager Premier soccer league encounter against third placed Manica Diamonds on Sunday.
There is no longer a big or small team in the Premier Soccer League, and this is the mentality that Dynamos are taking into their match against Manica Diamonds.
With third placed Manica Diamonds having declared war on the Glamour Boys, the Harare side has opted to remain humble but determined to collect maximum points.
“We are a big brand and big brands are always expected to win over small brands that’s what we are expecting to do but we don’t normally play with results in our pockets we play first then talk about the results after the game so we are starting at the same level with Manica Diamonds we are preparing to win not anything else and we have high chances because we are playing at home so we have full control,” said Dynamos coach Tonderayi Ndiraya.
Dynamos are top of the log with 23 points, while their opponents Manica Diamonds are third with 20 points.
Match day 12 begins on Saturday, when defending Champions, FC Platinum host Highlanders at Mandava Stadium, while Tenax entertain Yadah at Sakubva stadium with Harare City locking horns with Black Rhinos at the National Sports Stadium.
Ngezi Platinum Stars travel to Nyamhunga for a date with ZPC Kariba, hoping to hand their coach Benjani Mwaruwari the first set of three points, while a Bulawayo derby is on the cards as Bulawayo City take on Chicken Inn.
On Sunday, Triangle United host Caps United at Gibbo Stadium, Cranborne Bullets entertain Herentals at Sakubva, and Bulawayo Chiefs clash with Whawha at Luveve stadium.