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Highlanders miss Ndiweni for Rovers tie
12/07/2014 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter I Supersport
 
Ndiweni's replacement should do the job ... Kelvin Kaindu
 
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HIGHLANDERS will engage Bantu Rovers at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday without suspended midfielder Welcome Ndiweni.

While welcoming right-back Erick Mudzingwa who was sidelined by suspension last weekend, the Bulawayo giants are faced with the absence of another man, Ndiweni.

But a midfield boost is that Joel Ngodzo is fast returning to his best after a slow start upon his return to the former champions.

On Sunday, they face a Bantu Rovers side strong in midfield commanded by captain Kelvin Sibanda.

Highlanders coach Kelvin Kaindu is not crying over Ndiweni’s absence and challenged the player who will fill in midfielder’s place.

“It happens in football to lose players due to suspension or injuries,” Kaindu said.

“Rarely would you have a full squad especially during this stage of the season where every game is getting tougher by the day.

“There will always be someone to replace Welcome and the player knows he has to be at his best.”

Kaindu is also not minding Bantu Rovers’ current position in the PSL where they are in the relegation zone.

But Rovers have been stubborn to Bulawayo teams so far this season where they have failed to succumb to How Mine and Chicken Inn so far this season.

Fixtures & Results

Saturday:  Harare City 1-1 Hwange (Rufaro), FC Platinum 2-1 Shabanie Mine (Mandava)

Sunday: Caps United vs Dynamos (NSS), Black Rhinos vs How Mine (Rimuka), Buffaloes vs Chiredzi (Chiredzi), Triangle vs Chapungu (Chapungu), Highlanders vs Bantu Rovers (BF)






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