Ingagula, Trumus Warriors in tricky encounter
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.