Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
CAPS United coach Darlington Dodo says their match against Ngezi Platinum at Baobab today is a must win.
With two games remaining, CAPS United are leading the pack with 58 points separated with two points from rivals FC Platinum.
Dodo said they are gunning for maximum points to maintain their top spot.
“This is a very crucial game for us, we are not taking any chances, and we want nothing less than a win.
“If we can’t get the three points, then what is the point of even going there.
“At this stage we cannot afford to drop points, we are going there all out and fight with everything we have,” said Dodo.
Makepekepe lost the reverse fixture 2-1.
Dodo said they will be banking on their current fine run in the second half of the season.
“Ngezi is an equally good team, we are not taking them lightly. We have prepared accordingly. We will be cautious.
“This is unlike in the first leg, this time around, we have something to fight for which is the championship.
“We have targets and we will not rest until we make our championship dream the reality,” added Dodo.
CAPS will be welcoming forward John Zhuwawo, who missed their last outing due to suspension, while Centre back Justice Jangano is expected to pass late fitness.
Dodo said everyone is motivated and the morale is high.
“We are close to our promised land and everyone is motivated. The players are willing to give their best and that is a plus on us.
“We need maximum concentration and all will be well,” he said.