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26/07/2014 00:00:00
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BATTLE lines are drawn for the fourth Harare derby meeting of the season when Dynamos and Caps United square in a league match at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

It would be the third time in as many weeks for the giants to clash after also tussling each other in May in the ZNA Charity Shield semifinals.

The three matches they have played so far leave none to claim authority this season after Caps won 1-0 the Charity Shield meeting before they drew 1-1 three weeks ago while Dynamos won 1-0 last week in the quarterfinals of the NetOne One Wallet Cup.

But Dynamos can claim PSL hegemony over Caps who last beat them in a league match in 2009.

One run separate the two sides on the log standings where they share the same number of points with Dynamos being on top of Caps at number three courtesy of a superior goal difference.

Dynamos manager Richard Chihoro said they are cautiously approaching Sunday’s game after Caps showed potential in this term’s meetings.

“Derby matches are tricky. Yes we have been beating them over the years but anything can happen on Sunday. They have been strong recently and we are not undermining them. We have to be at our best to ensure we win,” Chihoro said.

Dynamos might be without injured left-back Ocean Mushure who has to pass a late fitness test.

Sunday Fixtures: Dynamos v Caps United, Shabanie Mine v FC Platinum, Chicken Inn v ZPC Kariba, Hwange v Harare City, Chiredzi v Buffaloes


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