Lengthens seek to maintain lead

HARARE -- Lengthens who are enjoying life at the top of the coveted sport, will be seeking to maintain their lead in a potentially explosive encounter against former champions, Caps United, in week 11of the 2009 premier soccer league, at Rufaro stadium today. (Pictured: Bigboy Mawiwi)

Bubbling with confidence after bagging 20 points from ten outings, the Happy People are determined to achieve their stated target to finish in the top four this season.

Bigboy Mawiwis troops face MaKepekepe who are looking at making amends in todays clash having suffered a 1-2 defeat at the hands of defending champions Monomotapa in a mid-week match at Rufaro Stadium.
Lloyd Chitembwes charges, who recently parted ways with Limited Chikafa, have been fighting with determination after a poor start of the season. Caps United faithfuls will be hoping the loss to Monomotapa, last Wednesday was not the beginning of another set of poor results as their beloved green and white team hunt for three points to power themselves into the top spots in the log table.
Dynamos will face Hwange at the Colliery today after their fourth victory under the tutelage of Elvis Chiweshe against Kiglon last Sunday. Their away matches under the guidance of Chuchu, have all been played at their home ground Rufaro Stadium because their opponents were based in Harare and using the same venue.
But today the Glamour Boys will be tasted outside the capital when they face a determined Hwange side, who have had a good start to their season appear capable of beating any of the top sides. Hwange have amassed 18 points, just two points behind Lengthens in the ten matches they have played so far.
Chiweshe however believes his side is comfortable with playing at any venue in the country telling The Zimbabwean on Sunday, last week, that Dynamos is never away so long it is playing in Zimbabwe. Todays match will be Chuchus fifth in charge at Dynamos after taking over from David Mandigora and he insists that his charges will dedicate it to their passionate supporters, some of them who will be travelling to Hwange from different parts of the country.
All for the love of the glamour, which comes with supporting Dynamos. In another PSL match today, Bantu Rovers host Kiglon at Barbourfields stadium.

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