Fungai Muderere

CHICKEN INN coach, Joey Antipas, says he is staying calm after his team made it three wins on the bounce.

They have 15 points, the same as leaders Highlanders, who remain top of the log standings courtesy of a superior goal difference.

“It’s always pleasing to climb up the ladder and we are catching up with clubs like Highlanders who started so well.

“We had a shaky start but we have to remain calm and avoid being carried away.

“Our focus now is on our game against Yadah FC, which is on Saturday (tomorrow).

“Yadah have been doing well, so it’s going to be tricky for us.”

FC Platinum suffered their first defeat of the season after losing 1-0 to ZPC Kariba.

Simba Bhora occupy the third spot with 13 points and Norman Mapeza’s men dropped to number four after amassing 12 points.

Bruised Simba Bhora will seek to get it right when they welcome TelOne at Wadzanai Stadium.

On Sunday, Bulawayo Chiefs will have a home tie against Chegutu Pirates at Luveve. Highlanders will battle CAPS United in a blockbuster at Barbourfields.


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