Edmore Sibanda is expected to give Caps United Premier a big boost ahead of the league match against Beitbridge based Tsholotsho Football Club.
Zikeeper as Sibanda is affectionately known picked an injury against while playing against Shabanie Mine before missing matches including the Independence Cup semi final clash against bitter rivals Dynamos.
Addressing a press briefing on Thursday, Caps United Coach, Lloyd Chitembwe confirmed that Zikeeper would bounce back to the starting 11 against Shabanie Mine.
With Sibanda now fit, Chitembwe does not have any other injury concerns and is ready to collect another set of maximum points as he continue on the road to retain the league championship.
“Every team that we face will be hoping to get a result so we are working hard to win our matches and try to win trophies for the team, the boys have tasted the success, now they know what they are up to,” said Chitembwe.
The former Caps United player is not worried about his team’s failure to win the Independence Trophy which he said would to his team’s favor as they now know where to improve.
“I am not moved by those two defeats because they are not in our targets books and this was a platform for me to assess my players especially those who lack first team opportunities,” added Chitembwe.
Other matches set for this weekend include;
FRIDAY: Black Rhinos Vs Bantu Rovers (National Sports Stadium)
SATURDAY: Bulawayo City Vs FC Platinum (Barbourfields Stadium) How Mine FC Vs Chapungu FC (Luveve Stadium) Yadah FC Vs Ngezi Platinum FC (NSS)
SUNDAY: Triangle United FC Vs Chicken Inn FC (Gibbo Stadium) Hwange FC Vs Dynamos FC (Colliery Stadium) Caps United FC Vs Tsholotsho FC (NSS) Highlanders FC Vs ZPC Kariba FC (Barbourfields Stadium) Shabanie Mine FC Vs Harare City FC (Maglas Stadium)