Tsipa, who is the current Castle Lager Premier Soccer League leading goal scorer with 11 goals, two ahead of second-placed Gift Mbweti of Hwange, picked up a yellow card in the match against Harare City and two against Border Strikers in May and another on Sunday. Bhamusi received yellow cards in matches against Chicken Inn, FC Platinum and Border Strikers.
Caps United will be desperate for all three points, as they race for the Premiership title with second placed FC Platinum and third-placed Highlanders. The Lloyd Chitembwe-coached side are two points ahead of Norman Mapeza’s team, while Bosso are three points adrift of Caps.
Anything less than a win on Sunday for Caps will see the other two teams looking to take advantage.
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