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Mapeza faces old foe

Story by Courage Bushe, Sports Reporter

DEFENDING champions FC Platinum are hoping to bounce back to winning ways when they face struggling giants CAPS United at Mandava Stadium this Saturday.

As they struggle for consistency, FC Platinum head coach Norman Mapeza is wary of the threat posed by Caps United even though the Green Machine have been a pale shadow of the giants they are supposed to be.

FC Platinum have been blowing hot and cold this season, but Caps United have been worse and are winless in the second half of the season.

FC Platinum have struggled for consistency, but Saturday’s game has a lot at stake for the two giants.

“We are facing a good side on Saturday. They haven’t been performing in their previous encounters but coming to this encounter it will be a dog-eat-dog affair. We have been preparing well for this match and we are hoping to collect maximum points after the game,” said FC Platinum head coach, Norman Mapeza.

Matches between the two teams have always lived up to their billing based on flair and entertainment.

The two clubs drew one-all in the reverse fixture at the National Sports Stadium and this time Mapeza is hoping and praying his men will utilise home advantage at Mandava Stadium.

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