Fiona Ruzha, Sports Reporter
TELONE are hoping for a change of fortunes when they play Triangle after sharing spoils with Harare City last weekend.
The WiFi boys will visit Gibbo on Sunday hoping to collect maximum points.
The new boys have been struggling of late and are in the relegation zone.
In contrast, they will be playing a side which has gone for five games without a defeat.
Speaking to H-Metro, TelOne coach Jairos Tapera said their momentum was disturbed by the two-week break but believes this weekend they will produce better results.
“Momentum was affected after going for two weekends without games but this week we will back though we face a team that is vying for a better finish and they are at home .
“It is going to be a tricky game for us especially after failing to get three points at home last week but as it is we are preparing well.
“We know what we are going meet and hopefully by end of day Friday we will be ready,” he said.
The former Yadah coach also mentioned that they are worried about their current position.
“Yes we are worried because of the position but we are working very hard to move away from that position.”
Triangle have moved a bit up on the log standings and currently occupy position seven.
Coach Taurai Mangwiro said he is more worried about complacency.
“We are looking forward to the game and as we approach it there will be more work on the mental side since we have been undefeated in the last five games and as a result complacency may get the better of us,” he said.
“We need to keep our foot on the pedal as we try to atone for the poor run which saw us lose four on the trot.”