Tonderai Ndiraya will get his first dance as Dynamos coach this afternoon when his charges face TelOne at Barbourfields Stadium.
Ndiraya who took over the reins on Wednesday admitted that the role is a difficult one but is hopeful the rebuilding of the team will be successful. Dembare failed to maintain the pace they set in the first game of the season and went on to lose all the matches that followed.
Dembare welcome captain Edward Sadomba who was serving a suspension in the previous round.
Today’s encounter is the first meeting between the two teams and TelOne technical manager Joel Luphahla wants to cause an upset as he feels the Glamour Boys are no longer a big giant.
Elsewhere, CAPS United face a troubled Bulawayo Chiefs side at National Sports Stadium in the capital.
Chiefs have lost all of their opening three games and are yet to score a goal. Makepekepe, on the other hand, are still undefeated with two wins from their first matches.
The two teams have met twice, and on both occasions, it ended in draws.
Across the city, Herentals host Ngezi Platinum at Rufaro Stadium. Hwange lock horns with Manica Diamonds at the Colliery while Triangle entertains Chapungu in the Lowveld.
Sunday 28 April 2019
Caps United vs Bulawayo Chiefs (NSS)
Triangle United vs Chapungu (Gibbo Stadium)
Hwange vs Manica Diamonds (Colliery Stadium)
Herentals vs Ngezi Platinum (Rufaro Stadium)
Telone vs Dynamos (Barbourfields Stadium)
*All matches start at 3 pm.