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which dis­rupted our rhythm. But it’s a phase that will come to pass.

“We just have to re­main fo­cused on our matches, keep our feet on the ground and keep work­ing hard. Twice we had a six match win­ning run and we are able to do that again,” Mu­tasa said.

Apart from Obey Mw­er­a­hari who is still re­cov­er­ing and Em­manuel Mandi­ranga who is a ma­jor doubt, DeMbare are with­out God­frey “Marabha” Mukambi who picked up a knee in­jury at Ma­glas.

Den­ver Mukamba will not be part of the cast once again as his match fit­ness con­tin­ues to be a ma­jor talk­ing point.

Harare City’s out­spo­ken coach Phi­lani “Beefy” Ncube loves de­rail­ing the big boys and has been wax­ing lyri­cal ahead of this tie.

“The fact that Dy­namos have shifted the game from Ru­faro to the Na­tional Sports shows how des­per­ate they are for the three points.

“I do not know how they will ben­e­fit from play­ing there but what I know is if we can win at Man­dava we can also win at the Na­tional Sports.

“But it’s not go­ing to be easy for sure. One team is fight­ing for the cham­pi­onship and the other is fight­ing against rel­e­ga­tion and that will cer­tainly make it in­ter­est­ing,” said Ncube.

Lloyd Mu­tasa

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