HARARE – Dynamos are hoping to bounce back from their Sino-Zim Cup defeat when they again clash with Caps United in the Bob 91 Super Cup final at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday the 8th of March.
Sunday will be yet another glamorous occasion on the domestic football front as Dynamos and Caps United clash in an encounter to celebrate President Robert Mugabe’s 91st birthday.
For Dynamos, Sunday’s encounter will be an ideal opportunity to inflict revenge on their city rivals after crashing to a penalty shootout loss in the Sino-Zim Cup.
With every motive to fight for a win, DeMbare’s assistant coach, Tonderai Ndiraya is positive heading into Sunday’s contest.
Although still far from satisfied as to the standard of football Caps United ought to be playing, the Green Machine’s head coach Mark Harrison hopes his charges can register yet another important win.
After attracting a full house in the Sino-Zim Cup, Sunday’s encounter pitting Makepekepe and DeMbare is expected to have another bumper crowd.
Having been given Caps supporters something to cheer about in recent weeks, Sunday will be another ideal opportunity for Caps United’s new British coach to further charm Green Machine faithfuls.
For Dynamos, David Yogi Mandigora will be under pressure from DeMbare fans to inflict revenge on their bitter rivals.