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Dynamos host CAPS United in semis



Dynamos are the defending champions of both the Castle Lager League as well as the Mbada Diamond Cup.

On Sunday they face town rivals CAPS United in the semfinals of the knockout tournament.

Dynamos are in a fine vein of form but coach Callisto Pasuwa says they will not take CAPS lightly.

Pasuwa’s men enjoy a comfortable lead at the top of the league table, but he knows that cup tournaments are not the same.

“We are on the course for a double and we know we can do it but to do that we need to be focused and take one game at a time. We have to make sure that we win in the same finals and get ready for whoever we meet in the finals. It will be an interesting ending to the season,” Pasuwa said.

His counterpart Mkhupali Masuku, who stepped in after the banning of head coach Taurai Mangwiro, was adamant that they can beat Dynamos.

“This is a cup game and anyone who wants it more can win it. We will not be fighting for points but for a win and if we are hungry enough we can win it and reach the finals. Who knows what can happen when we reach the finals? We can go all the way and win the cup but let’s start here first,” Masuku said.

The semifinals will be played on Sunday at Barbourfield Stadium.



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