FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza has said he is not under any pressure  going into the final round of Castle Lager premiership matches this afternoon.

Mapeza’s men who are eyeing their maiden title face relegation haunted Tsholotsho at Luveve and go into battle needing nothing short of
The platinum miners who have accumulated 57 points are two points behind log leaders Caps United who need to beat Chapungu at Ascot on to be crowned champions.
It is this state of affairs that Mapeza believes that the title race is not in their hands but with Caps United hence there is no pressure
on his charges.
“We are going to Tsholotsho needing a result and even if we win Caps United will be crowned champions if they overcome Chapungu.

Our last game is enough motivation for the boys because they know what it means to them but we are not under any pressure,” said the former
championship winning coach with Monomotapa.

“If anything the pressure is on Caps United to win it considering their position on the log because they have one hand on the trophy
already,” added Mapeza.

A win by the Green Machine will automatically hand them the title while a draw or a loss will give FC Platinum the initiative to the
latter if they manage to beat Tsholotsho.