Bitter rivals Dynamos and Highlanders in weekend Castle Lager Premiership clash as cops warn against violence

Bitter rivals Dynamos and Highlanders in weekend Castle Lager Premiership clash as cops warn against violence

ARCH rivals Dynamos and Highlanders play against each other this Sunday in an explosive Castle Lager Premiership football match at Barbourfields

Both teams have a lot to prove with DeMbare having struggled in the last six matches, where they have won only one game.
They are currently fourth on the league table with 28 points, two adrift of log leaders Chicken Inn and if they lose to Highlanders and FC Platinum win away to Buffaloes, they will surrender fourth position to the platinum miners, who have a superior goal difference, and drop further to fifth position.

They also meet Highlanders on the back of a controversial 3-2 win in which highly contestable refereeing, which led to assistant referee Bongani Gadzikwa being suspended for disallowing what appeared a legitimate goal by the Bulawayo based team.

Bongani Mafu’s charges are also under pressure to prove a point having failed to beat Dynamos in a league match since 2006, when they last won the Cup.

Bosso like their rivals have also won one match a 2-0 victory over WhaWha in the last six matches drawing against Platinum (2-2), How Mine (1-1) and the back-to-back draws against Triangle(1-1 and 0-0). They are in ninth position on the league table with 21 points after 16 rounds of matches.

Meanwhile, police in Bulawayo have issued a strong warning against violence in or outside Barbourfields Stadium, amid reports the Dynamos officials