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chronicle.co.zw 04 Aug, 2022 01:30 am

Battle of bottom four: Bulawayo City confident

Battle of bottom four: Bulawayo City confident
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Bulawayo City coach Farai Tawachera Innocent Kurira, Sports Reporter BULAWAYO City FC coach Farai Tawachera insists his side’s poor league form will not impact his side when they face ZPC Kariba in the Chibuku Super Cup preliminary round at Mandava Stadium on Saturday.First to take to the field in a lunchtime fixture on Saturday at Mandava Stadium will be ZPC Kariba and Bulawayo City.Chibuku Super Cup Draw Preliminary round (August 6) Cranborne Bullets v Whawha; ZPC Kariba v Bulawayo City First Round (August 20-21) Chicken Inn v Harare City; FC Platinum v Tenax; Dynamos v Cranborne Bullets/Whawha; Manica Diamonds v Yadah; Triangle v Highlanders; Black Rhinos v Caps Utd; Ngezi Platinum v Herentals; Bulawayo Chiefs v ZPC Kariba/Bulawayo City Quarterfinals: September 17-18 Semi-finals: October 15-16 Final: November 19 — @inncocentskizoe More Stories: Muzarabani, Raza nominated for Australia.The bottom four are set to go through the preliminary round, using match day 17 log standings.

City have lost their last two league games and are third from bottom on the league table with 21 points from 23 games.“In all honesty, cup games are different from league games.

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