Friday , March 5 2021

Bulawayo Chips survive a war of survival against the Highlanders



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Alan Khumalo, sports correspondent
Bulawayo heads intend a point against the Highlanders when both sides meet at the Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday at a meeting that could have significant implications for their battle and decline.

& # 39; s chips & # 39; 0-2 loss Ngezi Platinum in their last game has left them needing a point in order to prevent falling victim to the ax drop.

They are in 13th place with 38 points.

Amakhosi, as the mains are fondly known, have to move mountains as they face a renewed Boso which eventually recalls their winning ways to beat Harare City 2-0 last week. Chips beat Heilands 1-0 on the first leg and they hope to complete a double against the Giants led by Madinda Ndlovu.

If the beautiful can not score against the Wilders, the circumstances will require them to win against ZBC Kariba in their last mission of the season. Chips lost 0-2 to ZPC Carriba on the first leg.

Bolio's technical analyst, Toloani Sibanda, is aware of the task ahead.

"Everything is possible in this game, but our goal is to try to squeeze this point, we are working hard because we are aware of the pressure to avoid the descent and the guys know what is at stake," Sibanda said.

Despite winning against some of the major teams in the league, Sibanda said that they did not give it to their focus cloud.

"You will understand that in some cases we won against big teams but we continued to lose the opposite bodies," Sibanda said.

That the members of Maccabi, Motara City Rovers, and the fate of Bolio City had been signed, while the foreigners, the Afongo, the Bolio and Yada commanders were all fighting to escape the descent.

Necker has 33 points, Afongo 37 pts, while Adida accumulated 39 points. Mathematically, Yadah look confident and chop with 39 points but they should ensure they do not slip. – @khumzallen.


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