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Dynamos braced for Buffaloes charge



Castle Lager League leaders and defending champions Dynamos will be in action on Wednesday when they take on Buffaloes at home at Rufaro Stadium.

The game will kick off at 15:00, and DeMbare will be looking for all three points as try to hold on to first place on the league table in a bid to retain their crown.

On paper, seventh-placed Buffaloes do not pose much of a threat to Dynamos, looking at the current form between the two sides. However, veteran striker Murape Murape says that they have to be careful at this stage of the season.

Murape said that in the closing stages of the league, every team is dangerous, especially when they have a chance to claim the scalp of the leaders and possibly have a say in the title race.

“We are in a better position to win the league, but we have to be very careful in our last two games,” Murape said, urging his side to focus.

“There is no room for mistakes. We can’t afford to drop points at this stage. Buffaloes won’t just sit back and relax. We have to attack and make sure we continue our scoring and win this game. We want to defend our league title and play in Africa again,” Murape concluded.



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