PREMIER Soccer League title favourites and leaders Dynamosâ€™ nil all draw against bottom-place Black Rhinos on Wednesday has thrown the title race wide open again.
Rhinos appeared to have improved under new coach Gishon Ntini, and judging by their performance, Dynamos should not feel too disappointed with a point.
In fact, the army side matched the Glamour Boys in the first half, and although they created fewer opportunities in the second period, they certainly had the better of the exchanges. What should have encouraged Ntini was the spirit of the old guard â€” returnee Melody Wafawanaka and offensive midfielders Rowan Nenzou and Menard Mupera.
Now, with Dynamos only playing in a Nestle Charity Shield match against Njube Sundowns on Sunday, Gunners, who are reported to have ironed out differences with coach Moses Chunga, have an opportunity to cut Dembareâ€™s lead to just two points â€” if they beat Caps United in the league on Sunday.
Tomorrow: Black Rhinos v Eagles (Gwanzura), Motor Action v Lengthens (Motor Action Sports Club), Shooting Stars v Highlanders (Rufaro).
Sunday: Hwange v Highway (Colliery), Underhill v Kiglon (TBA) Caps United v Gunners (Gwanzura).
Sunday: Charity Shield; Sundowns v Dynamos (Barbourfields). â€”Â Staff Writer.