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Sundowns no easy ride for Dynamos’

LOWLY Njube Sundowns have vowed to send chaos-ridden Dynamos reeling when they clash in a Buddie Premier Soccer League match at Luveve tomorrow.

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y Tavengwa Hara said his club’s 0-0 draw against Highlanders last week spoke volumes about their transformation.

“We know that Dynamos will bring a good game but the bottom line is that the result will be in favour of our side come Saturday,” predicted Hara.

“Last week we drew 0-0 against Highlanders at Barbourfields, and that alone was a big morale booster for us.”

Hara said there were no injuries in their camp and maintained that the Bulawayo minnows would shock DeMbare at their favourite hunting ground.

However, Dynamos chairman Morrison Sifelani refused to predict the match outcome although he stressed the Harare giants would treat the fixture seriously.

“We are not treating this encounter lightly. We are treating Saturday’s game just like any other matches we have played before,” Sifelani said.

“Dynamos players are well prepared for this crucial away encounter and we hope positive results will come our way.”

Dynamos are lying seventh while the Bulawayo outfit are 13th on the league log standings.

Meanwhile, former champions Highlanders will host stubborn Masvingo United at Barbourfields on Sunday in a match that could go either side.

Highlanders will be hard-pressed for a win after a spell of two draws preceded by the same number of losses in a row.

However Masvingo, who suffered a major setback to their title aspirations when they lost 0-2 to newboys Monomotapa last week, are tougher opponents than the easybeats Bosso have failed to counquer in the last four league matches.

Other league fixtures:

Saturday — Buymore vs Eiffel Wildcats

Sunday — Caps vs Monomotapa, Black Rhinos vs Amazulu, Hwange vs Chapungu, Shabanie Mine vs Railstars. — Staff Writer.

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