HomeSport Castle Lager PSL: Time to separate grain from chaff

Castle Lager PSL: Time to separate grain from chaff

The race has not been this intriguingly unpredictable in a long time. With just eight matches to go, at least six teams still have a healthy chance to land the coveted Castle lager Premier Soccer League title.

Kevin Mapasure

Dynamos still lead the race after suffering a blow at the Colliery where they lost 4-2 to Hwange but the lead has been cut to just one point by Highlanders who collected all three points against FC Platinum.

After the unexpected at the Colliery, Shabanie forcing a share of spoils with Harare City in their own back yard and the theft of a single point by Triangle at the National Sports stadium against Caps, what next?

Highlanders have a tricky tie against Buffaloes in Mutare while Dynamos have Monomotapa to contend with as Caps travels to Maglas to face Shabanie.

It’s not easy either for Harare City who travel to Bulawayo for a date with Chicken Inn.

Five points separate leaders DeMbare and fifth placed FC Platinum and at the weekend all teams at the top will be desperate for maximum points as the season enters vetting stages to separate contenders and pretenders.

Caps United let off a good chance to close the gap with Dynamos after they were held at home in a match they dominated.

They welcome back Rahman Kutsanzira who missed the last match through illness and they will be hoping to reaffirm their chance with a win in Zvishavane on the other hand the work is well cut out for Kalisto Pasuwa’s Dynamos after the set back.

Saturday; Chicken Inn v Harare City (Luveve SS9), mambas v motor Action (Morris Depot).

Sunday; Shabanie v Caps (Maglas), How Mine v Rhinos (Luveve), Dynamos v Monomotapa (Rufaro), Buffaloes v Highlanders (Sakubva), Tripple B v FC Platinum (Dulibadzimu) and Triangle v Hwange (Gibbo).— Staff Writer.

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