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Dynamos face tough Easter challenge
16/04/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
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DYNAMOS are facing a dilemma as they have two demanding assignments over the Easter weekend which are both must win matches.

Calisto Pasuwa and his men take on FC Platinum in the Independence Cup final on Friday before facing Bantu Rovers in a league match on Easter Monday.

Dynamos had a slow start to the 2014 league campaign after they were knocked out of the African Champions League in the preliminary round early this year by AS Vita of DRC.

The Harare side were then shocked 1-0 by PSL newcomers ZPC Kariba after a good start which saw them edging How Mine 1-0.

They are now under pressure to win both forthcoming matches.

Club secretary, Webster Chikengezha said they need to win both matches.

"We want to win both matches. We need to win the Independence Cup final against FC Platinum and we also need to win the league match against Bantu Rovers especially after our defeat to ZPC in our last match," said Chikengezha.

However, Pasuwa is likely to rest his regular players for the FC Platinum Uhuru Cup final as he seeks redemption after the Sunday defeat to lowly ZPC.

The Harare giants are the defending champions of the Uhuru Cup after winning it last year when they defeated bitter rivals Highlanders 1-0.


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