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Dynamos bank on Rufaro Stadium

Story by Lawrence Trusida, Sports Editor

HARARE giants, Dynamos are hoping to take advantage of familiar territory to collect another set of three points when they host Bulawayo Chiefs at Rufaro stadium on Sunday.

DeMbare will host stubborn Bulawayo Chiefs in their first home game at Rufaro Stadium in five years after the refurbishment of the ceremonial home of local football.

Having collected their first set of three points this season when they edged new boys Bikita minerals one-nil at Sakubva stadium earlier this week, the Harare giants want more.

“We are calling on the fans to come in their numbers and as a team we want to win the match for them and keep on with the momentum after last week’s win,” said Dynamos coach, Genesis Mangombe.

After Bulawayo Chiefs completed a league double over Dembare last season, Mangombe has called for maximum concentration.

“We can’t underestimate Chiefs because they have lost a few players we saw what happened last year and we need to be at our best to be able to get a result,” he added.

Dynamos will be missing the services of captain Frank Makarati who is still nursing an injury, and mercurial midfield partners Donald Mudadi and Tanaka Shandirwa who are also on the injury list.

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