In­gag­ula, Tru­mus War­riors in tricky en­counter

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Sport - To­bias Man­doreba in Hwange

SEC­OND placed and highly de­ter­mined In­gag­ula FC have a per­fect chance to shoot to the apex of the Zifa Mata­bele­land North Di­vi­sion Two league when they face Tru­mus War­riors in a tricky away game to­day at Chino­timba Sta­dium as ta­ble top­ping army side Moto Moto are in­ac­tive due to work com­mit­ments.

The sol­diers’ duel with Clas­sic Luyando has been moved to Wed­nes­day next week.

Nathan Banda-coached In­gag­ula, be­hind Moto Moto by a point, have their tails up af­ter de­mol­ish­ing Black­rock 7-0 last week­end and will hope their pro­lific goal get­ters Wayne Shumba and Garayi­pasi Chi­wara will be in usual form in this clearly dif­fi­cult as­sign­ment.

Third placed Mosi Rovers, who have risen up the ta­ble in the past few weeks, will hope to con­tinue with their sparkling form and beat vis­it­ing Hwange U-17.

Cap­tain Tyson Ncube, vet­eran de­fend­ers Nd­abaz­abo Ndlovu and Def­i­nite Tsikwa have been in su­perb form for Mosi Rovers who have sur­prised all and sundry in their de­but sea­son.

Fourth on the rank­ings Baobab Rovers will hope to bounce back from their shock home loss to Mosi Rovers when they travel to Vic­to­ria Falls for a date against in­con­sis­tent Corinthi­ans and will bank on the ex­ploits of Gov­ern Sikapila, Bran­don Phiri and Al­bert Zulu.

On the same day, Black­rock must be at their best as they host Lukhosi Pi­rates at Sports Pav­il­ion with both sides com­ing from de­feats last week.

On Sun­day Tenex FC will hope to rub more salt into Iwisa’s wounds at Lwen­dulu Old ground.

At Chino­timba Sta­dium, Hot­spurs Leop­ards will look to the scor­ing prow­ess of Mado­dana Lunga as they take on Ama­ga­gasi U-19 who have been blow­ing hot and cold so far this year.

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