<vote /> CAPS United will miss the services of influential right-back Hardlife Zvirekwi when they visit the Colliery on Sunday for a match against Hwange who are usually tough to beat in their backyard.
Hwange are also eyeing a top-four finish at the end of the season. Zvirekwi is suspended from Sunday’s match after accumulating three yellow cards.
Makepekepe coach Lloyd Chitembwe said he was concerned that he could carry a depleted side to the Colliery,
“I will probably miss five key players, Ronald, Tafadzwa and Valentine who are all injured while Hardlife is suspended. We are going to maintain the same attitude. Our focus is to keep on winning and collecting as many points as we can and see what happens at the end of the season.
Hwange coach Mabelo Njekwa said his team was in good shape,
We want to stop CAPS United and this is one match we are treating more seriously than the other matches we have played. We want to go up and we are not far from the leading pack. We know we will be playing the team on second position, but we also need maximum points. They have been having the better of us in the past three seasons and this has to stop on Sunday.
CAPS United beat Hwange 1-0 at the Colliery last season to give Chitembwe his first win after his return to take charge of the Green Machine technical department.
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