The Herald (Harare)

Zimbabwe: Sawu Rallies Ntabazinduna

AGENT Sawu, the Ntabazinduna coach, says they will be cautious as they seek to bounce back from last week's defeat when they take on Elephant in a Zifa Southern Region Division One league match this afternoon.

Ntabazinduna, who are leading the race with a four-point cushion, will face Elephant at Brad Barracks.

The former Warriors striker said they expect a tough match as they will be playing away from home.

"We are looking forward to a tough match and we will not underrate the team so we will be very cautious," Sawu said.

"We will fight for maximum points so our approach will be serious.

"We have a good team that is capable of winning and we hope to do so especially coming from last week's defeat."

"Our only worry is midfielder Nomandhla Moyo who will miss the match due to injury," said Sawu.

"But with our depth, I think we have enough arsenal to cover up for his position."

Ntabazinduna suffered their second defeat of the season last week when they were beaten 1-2 by Trumus Warriors while their opponents were restricted to 1-1 draw by Old Nic Mine.

The team is four points ahead of second-placed Tsholotsho who face a tricky tie against ZPC Hwange.

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