CHICKEN Inn gaffer Joey Antipas says he hopes to carry his current form in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League to Mandava tomorrow when the GameCocks take on Triangle in the semi-final of the One Wallet Cup.
The Bulawayo outfit has gone four matches unbeaten in the league since losing to Caps United in Harare.
“It is going to be a tight assignment and we are up against strong opponents. We need to push as hard as possible to get to the final. It’s one step away and requires a big effort from the guys. It would be good to defend the NetOne Cup and so far the boys have been in high spirits. We have picked up some good form in the league and we hope to continue from there. We are in good shape both in health and togetherness,” Antipas said.
The return of Mkhokheli Dube and skipper Danny Phiri has been a big boost for Chicken Inn who also have Ishmael Lawe, Clemence Matawu, Bhekimpilo Ncube, defender Lawrence Mhlanga, Thabani Goredema and Brian Mbiriri.
Triangle coach Biggie Zuze heads to Mandava tomorrow with the likes of former Chicken Inn players Graham Ncube and Cabby Kamhapa, Nelson Meson, Jimmy Tigere, Tinei Chitora, Blessing Chimwamuchere and Charles Makoto as he hopes to make it to the final of the One Wallet Cup.