By MICHAEL MIYOBA
AFTER recording its 11-5 shocking defeat to Chiparamba FC last week, Castle Five will seek redemption when they face Printech FC in a week-13 Wildcat ZFL Futsal League fixture set for Automotive Futsal Arena in Lusaka.
Castle Five led by coach Mutale Simbeye will target maximum points to achieve its target of finishing the first round of the 2018/2018 Wildcat Futsal League on top four.
Castle Five are currently third on the log with 24-points and victory over Printech FC will guarantee a third placed finish for Zimbeye’s boys.
“I think we can do better. We will try hard to maintain the second or third position because looking at the games remaining, we have played tough games compared to the ones we are yet to play,” Simbeye said in an exclusive interview with Daily Nation Sport.
Meanwhile, CSS Futsal Club’s superb form comes under scrutiny when they face Saints Gomes following their successful triumph over Tamanga Juldan and Vector Academy.
In other fixtures, second placed Indy Bullets will target to maintain its 11-games winning streak when they take on Alliance Inter who are seeking to recover from last weekend’s 23-1 thumping by defending champions Automotive FC.
Vector Academy will take on Chiparamba FC with the intention of collecting maximum three points to redeem themselves from last weeks 10-4 defeat to K-Line FC while Struggling Parmalat who have recorded only one victory this season will face George FC.
George FC are seeking to recuperate from last weeks 6-0 thumping by Pembe Beetles while Tamanga Juldan have a tricky fixture against fourth placed K-Line FC who are seeking to dislodge Castle Five from third position on the Wildcat ZFL Futsal League table.
Automotive FC vs Pembe Beetles
CSS Futsal Club vs Saints Gomes
Castle Five vs Printech FC
Vector Academy vs Chiparamba
Parmalat vs George FC
K-Line vs Tamanga Juldan