Bosso will host Dynamos at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow on Africa Day in a rearranged Match Day 5 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League fixture. The match was postponed to allow both teams to compete in the 43rd Independence celebrations held at Mt Darwin High School in Mashonaland Central.
Highlanders went on to lift the Uhuru Cup after penalty shootouts.
It was Brito’s second time to play Dynamos, having done so in the return leg of the 2021/22 Premiership season, an encounter that ended 0-0 at the National Sports Stadium.
Both teams head into tomorrow’s clash with three consecutive draws, with the latest Bosso playing a one-all draw against Cranbourne Bullets in a match played at the giant National Sports Stadium.
Speaking at the team’s weekly press conference held at Utande Internet Services, Technical Manager Baltemar Brito, said he was not reading much into the recent results and the team will play just like any other game in order to collect maximum points.
“The three draws don’t mean we’re bad. In terms of strategy, the boys were playing in the half of the opponent and we didn’t concede many goals,just one goal,” said Brito.
The gate chargers for the clash were adjusted to $5 from $2, the wings charges doubled up to $10 while the VIP section went to $15.
Despite going through dry spells in their last three games, the clash between the two giants is likely to be a full house. Highlanders have been a better side between the two, having collected more points than Dembare, and it is the only team yet to lose a match after 10 games of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League.
To date, Bosso has scored seven goals in nine matches and they are in the second position tied on 17 points with Ngezi Platinum stars who have played a game more than the Bulawayo giants, while Dembare is in position eight with 14 points .
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