Moto Moto gun for Division Two championship
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.