MWOS FC hosts Omnia FC at MWOS Ngoni Stadium

The first encounter between the Punters and Omnia was at Kuwadzana Stadium on matchday thirteen. The Punters were in high spirits, which led them to a thumping victory, beating the hosts by three goals to nil. The game at MWOS Ngoni Stadium this weekend comes at a time when the Punters have a solid squad and are seeking to find a top-four finish. Can Omnia avenge their first-leg defeat?

The first goal in the first leg came from the feet of Kudzia Zhuwaki in the 17th minute. The midfielder found himself in the box without anyone challenging him, and with only the keeper to beat, he slotted one into the bottom left corner of the goal. The first goal seemed to have only fueled the Punters, specifically the team captain, Chris Samakwere, who went on to pull out a man-of-the-match performance.

In the 28th minute, the Punters played some good passes, which led the ball into the back of the net through the feet of Chris Samakwere. Eleven minutes later, in the 39th minute, Samakwere added to his tally, making it three goals to nil in favour of the Punters. Chris Samakwere’s goal sent the game to halftime with the Punters leading.

The second half was goalless, allowing the Punters to walk away with all the points. Punters are fifth on the league table. The away team is currently struggling and is in 14th place on the league table. MWOS FC head into the encounter as favourites, and with the home advantage, they are expected to produce a winning result.

After a shocking loss to Come Again FC at Rimuka Stadium last week, the Punters are expected to make a comeback and get maximum points. Tafadzwa Jera was the only absentee in the MWOS FC squad last week. He was out due to an injury. Besides him, Lloyd Mutasa is expected to have a full squad to pick from.

The game will be played on Saturday, November 4, at 15:00hrs at MWOS Ngoni Stadium.