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Division One enters week four


SOUTHERN Region Division One League log pacesetters Tsholotsho FC, Technosphere and Plumtree Chiefs hope to maintain their lead as the league enters its fourth week.

Thandiwe Moyo
Sports Correspondent

The three teams lead the log with seven points from three games with goal difference separating them.

Tsholotsho will face one of their toughest assignments when they take on 1988 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions Zimbabwe Saints at White City Stadium tomorrow.

Saints suffered their second defeat of the season last weekend against Plumtree Chiefs falling 0-1 while Tsholotsho beat Trumus 2-0.

Tsholotsho, coached by Lizwe Sweswe, have been tipped as one of the title contenders while Saints continue to struggle in attempt to get back into the top flight.

Second-placed Technosphere will travel to Ntabazinduna for a date with the prison wardens. Both teams have not lost a match.

However, Technospere won their match last weekend against Elephants while Ntabazinduna played a goalless draw against ZPC Hwange.

Plumtree Chiefs who gave up their chance to play in the top flight when they merged with Bantu Rovers, will travel to Hwange to play Kabwe Warriors.

Kabwe Warriors lost three points last weekend to New West who will be taking on lowly Elephant.

Chiefs under the guidance of Thulani Sibanda have won twice and drawn once in three matches.

ZPC Hwange will probably have a fairly easy outing against log anchors Old Nic Mine who are still to get off the mark after three weeks of action.

Hwange Juniors who have in the past seasons started the league well, will play Black Boots with the hope of increasing their points tally. They have lost twice icollecting only three points from last weekend’s 2-1 win against Mpumalanga.

Black Boots are coming from a 2-0 win against former PSL side Quelaton.

Quelaton have so far collected one point from a possible nine after losing to Mpumalanga 0-1 on Monday. They will play Portland Cement while Mpumalanga will take on Trumus in Victoria Falls.

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