By Tawanda Tafirenyika
“#Zimbabwe” ZIMBABWE’S Caf Confederations Cup representative Triangle United arrived in Bujumbura, Burundi, on Thursday for the return leg of their preliminary round of the CAF Confederation Cup against Rukinzo this weekend hoping to finish off their rivals and qualify for the next round.
The Zimbabwean side go into the match carrying a commanding 5-0 lead from the first leg and will be looking to advance to the first round.
The winner will take on either Azam of Tanzania or Fasil Kenema of Ethiopia in the first round.
Taurai Mangwiro’s men are high in confidence after beating Ngezi Platinum and FC Platinum in successive league matches having also managed to keep clean sheets in their last three games.
New signing Allen Tavarwisa, is expected to lead the attack alongside Collins Dhuwa and Timothy January.
Triangle coach, Taurai Mangwiro, was confident his charges will progress to the next round.
“There is never an easy game in football. Every game is a new game and must be treated with respect but we remain confident of going through to the first round,’’ he said.