Moto Moto gun for Di­vi­sion Two cham­pi­onship

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TA­BLE top­ping army side Moto Moto will hope to quickly re­cover from last week’s shock 2-0 loss to Mosi Rovers and vent their frus­tra­tions on vis­it­ing Corinthi­ans at Sports Pav­il­ion to­mor­row.

If they win, that will en­able them to put their Zifa Mat North Di­vi­sion Two league ti­tle am­bi­tions back on track.

The sol­diers are lead­ing the pack by a point and are aware that any slip up will hand sec­ond and third placed teams In­gag­ula and Baobab Rovers the ini­tia­tive.

Coach Fredy Mu­dado will bank on play­ers like Clif­ford Phiri, Bless­ing Njekwa, Me­lard Manye­vere and Shaibar Dimingu against Corinthi­ans.

The Trinity Ndoro-led In­gag­ula will hope to add salt to Black­rock’s wounds as the two sides clash at Chakona Sta­dium on the same day.

The Tichaona Mfan­daedza coached Black­rock will have to pull up their stock­ings if they are to avoid a heavy de­feat in this seem­ingly one sided en­counter.

Third placed Rovers, still in with a big shout in the league race, en­ter­tain tricky Mosi Rovers who are still with their tails up af­ter dis­arm­ing the Moto Moto troops last week­end.

Rovers gaf­fer Stan Moyo will look to­wards the ex­ploits of Govern Sikapila, Able Ncube, Methembe Moyo and Bren­don Ndlovu to burst Mosi’s bub­ble.

Dark horses Hot­spurs Leop­ards are ex­pected to make light work of ta­ble an­chors Iwisa when the Lwen­dulu side make the 40km trip to the Rayl­ton ground in Dete, a place many teams have left empty handed.

Leop­ards will hope Mac­don­ald Lunga con­tin­ues with his goal scor­ing form.

Hwange U-17 wel­come Ama­ga­gasi U-19 at the Col­liery Sta­dium in what is ex­pected to be a bal­anced af­fair.

At Prison Ground, Tenex wel­come Tru­mus War­riors in a con­test that can go ei­ther way with Lukhosi Pi­rates, who are dif­fi­cult to beat at their home ground ex­pected to sub­ject Clas­sic Luyando to some bap­tism of fire.

Pi­rates will look for­ward to free scor­ing Brave­man Mathi­bela for glory.

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