Triangle coach Kelvin Kaindu says his team is still in the title race despite a deep in form which has seen them perched at nine points behind log leaders Chicken Inn.
Triangle has been dropping points of late, losing twice at home to Dynamos and Platinum in their last two home matches and on Sunday they put up a lethargic display in which they were luck to come out with a point.
Tawanda Muyendi missed failed to convert from the penalty in the first half and Triangle had the match officials to thank for denying WhaWha a winner in the dying stages.
“There are still eight games to play and this means twenty points to play for. Its only that we were been going through a lean spell but there are still a lot of games to bounce back.
We are facing Chicken Inn on Wednesday and a win for us will see us close the gap, ” said Kaindu. Triangle.
The Lowveld based side started brightly but have started losing steam as the race enters home stretch. Triangle are now on 37 points nine behind Chicken Inn who are now on 46 points.