CASTLE Lager Premier Soccer League side Triangle skipper Tineyi Meda has rallied his troops to pull up their socks when they lock horns with Motor Action at Gibbo Stadium today.
They are currently lying on 14th position with eight points from 10 matches and a loss to the Mighty Bulls will plunge them deeper into the murky waters of relegation.
Meda yesterday told NewsDay Sport that morale was high in their camp.
“There is no need to panic. We need to pull up our socks because we also want to be top up there, in many of the games we have been doing well, but luck has not been on our side ,” he said.
“It’s not good that we remain where we are and I am urging the players to be composed in this match. Everyone is raring to go,” he said.
The Gishon Ntini-coached side has only won two matches in their debut campaign in the Premiership against Shabanie Mine and Hwange. Last week they were humiliated by Harare City 2-0 in the capital having previously lost 1-0 to Caps United at home.
Their opponents today have 11 points from 10 matches and occupy 11th position.
Motor Action are expected to come into the match with their heads high after beating fellow strugglers Shabanie Mine 2-1 in the capital, following the return of head coach Joey Antipas from a European attachment.