The airmen, who could not find the nets in the opening three matches of the season and anchored the log for that duration, have finally found their lost rhythm.
On 18 points, Coach John Nyikadzino’s charges are now perched on the fourth position, separated by only five points from log leaders Chicken Inn, who have amassed 23 points in 10 games.
The prestigious top four also comprises other traditionally revered sides like Champions Dynamos and Kelvin Kaindu’s lethal Triangle, who has so far been on record for posting rugby results at their Gibbo Stadium home ground.
Waru-Waru will next be in action this weekend against struggling Flame Lily. Their victory, coupled with losses for DeMbare and the Sugar-sugar boys, who face Tsholotsho and How Mine respectively, could see them trail the Game Cocks by only a point.
Elsewhere, Highlanders coach, Bongani Mafu, will be in the pressure-cooker at Barbourfields stadium once again- pressed with the need to ease the tension among the team’s supporters, who have been disappointed by the side’s mediocre run.
Bosso have so far lost three times in front of their die-hard fans at BF and will need to simply beat Wha-wha this weekend to level matters.
At Vhengere Stadium, football enthusiasts in Rusape will be hoping to see Dongo Sawmills pile more misery on the beleaguered Caps United while Oliver Matava, the interim coach for ZPC Kariba, will be looking to continue with his unbeaten run when the energy side take on FC Platinum.
Buffaloes and Harare City have a date in Mutare, while Hwange host the log leaders to wrap up the PSL Match Day 11 action.Post published in: Football