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Tripple B continue with title charge


Tripple B will continue with their charge towards promotion into top-flight football when they visit struggling Air Stars at Rutendo Stadium tomorrow as the Central Soccer League (CSL) enters week 21.

Report by Sports Correspondent
Tshintsha Magiya are enjoying a comfortable 11-point lead at the top of the log with eight games to go and are stopping at nothing to ensure they storm into the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League next season.

The Beitbridge side will be away to Air Stars, who have not regained their footing after the tragic loss of their coach Latson Ruzive in a traffic accident in August.

Air Stars have lost all their matches since returning to action after the tragedy and appear vulnerable against a menacing Tripple B.

In other CSL fixtures, second-placed Strikers FC will be hoping to keep pace with the log leaders when they host army side Tongogara at Dulibadzimu Stadium tomorrow. Strikers trail Tripple B by 11 points, but have a game in hand and remain hopeful of their title chances. Chapungu will seek to continue with their winning streak with a date against Chrome Stars at Ascot, while Midlands State University will travel to Gwanda for a clash with Vhumbachikwe.

It will be derby time in Kwekwe when Silo United clash with NewZimsteel at Mbizo tomorrow. WhaWha will entertain relegation-threatened Jessie Mine and on Sunday, Town United host Blanket Mine at Dulibadzimu to wrap up the weekend’s fixtures in the CSL.

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