Preview: CLPSL Match-day 3
Following an embarrassing performance last weekend, Dynamos travel to Baobab Stadium this afternoon for a date with Ngezi Platinum in a match-day three encounter.
With only a point, the Glamour Boys are sitting in 13th position ahead of today’s match. Ngezi, on the other hand, are second on the log and a win against their nemesis will stretch their winning streak to three games.
Dembare captain Ocean Mushure and Tawanda Macheke are available for selection while Christian Epoupa might not play again today. Peace Makaha and Marvelous Mukumba also remain doubtful.
The last time these two teams met at the same venue, Madamburo won 2-0 in a tie which was marred by violence.
In Harare, CAPS United will be looking to continue their home dominance over FC Platinum when the two rivals clash at the National Sports Stadium.
The Green Machine are yet to get their first victory of the season.
Marshall Mudehwe and Farai Mupasiri are out of the squad due to injury. Denver Mukamba could make his first start for Makepekepe following his inclusion in the final 18. Wisdom Mutasa returns to the squad after he was dropped in the previous round.
Chicken Inn host Mutare City at Luveve while ZPC Kariba play their first game of this season at Nyamhunga Stadium against Herentals.
Chapungu welcome Harare City at Ascot Stadium.
THURSDAY 29TH MARCH 2018
Chicken Inn FC Vs Mutare City FC (Luveve Stadium)
Ngezi Platinum FC Vs Dynamos FC (Baobab Stadium)
ZPC Kariba FC Vs Herentals FC (Nyamhunga Stadium)
Yadah FC Vs Black Rhinos FC (Rufaro Stadium)
Bulawayo City FC Vs Bulawayo Chiefs FC (Barbourfields Stadium)
Chapungu FC Vs Harare City FC (Ascot Stadium)
Caps United FC Vs FC Platinum (National Sports Stadium)
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