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07/10/2014 00:00:00
by Supersport
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DYNAMOS coach Callisto Pasuwa has urged his charges to put behind them last Sunday’s NetOne One Wallet Cup upset at the hands of Triangle.

The Harare giants on Sunday visit Buffaloes for a league meeting while fresh from that Cup defeat which they lost 4-3 on penalties following a 1-1 regulation time draw.

Making their trip scary is the fact that Buffaloes beat them in their own backyard in the reverse fixture played in May.

The Harare giants lead the league race with two points with ZPC Kariba being their closest challengers.

But Pasuwa has asked his players to forget about the Triangle defeat and focus on the Buffaloes match.

“We just have to forget about that match and go back to the drawing board and prepare for Buffaloes. There is so much need to pick ourselves up because we have six important league matches to play,” Pasuwa said.

“We have to keep on fighting and try to make life easy for ourselves by collecting as many points as possible. We have to decide on our future and not let other teams do that. Three points is what we will be looking for in Mutare.”

Dynamos are likely to welcome back Masimba Mambare from injury when they travel to Buffaloes.

Weekend Fixtures: Hwange vs How Mine, Buffaloes vs Dynamos, Caps United v Highlanders, Shabanie Mine vs Chapungu, Chicken Inn vs Black Rhinos, Chiredzi vs Bantu Rovers, Harare City vs FC Platinum, ZPC Kariba vs Triangle


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