CHICKEN Inn striker Tendai Ndoro is 90 minutes away from clinching this year’s Golden Boot Award as he currently leads the premiership scoring chart with 18 goals.
The “Gamecocks” striker made it clear at the beginning of the 2013 soccer season that he was aiming to score 20 goals this year.
By Brian Nkiwane
According to statistics made available by the Premier Soccer League, Ndoro is on 18 goals, six ahead of second placed Buffaloes striker Steven Sibanda.
Sibanda has to score six goals on their last match against FC Platinum away at Mandava for them to win the award jointly.
Sitting on third position is Shabanie Mine’s Pervington Zimunya who has hit the back of the net 11 times, as well as Tripple B’s Aleck Marime.
The two have to hit the target at least seven times on the last day of the premiership action in order to dislodge Ndoro from the top.
Shabanie Mine travel to Bulawayo to meet championship contenders Highlanders who will need nothing short of victory and would be hoping that DeMbare and Harare City lose or draw while Tripple B hosts How Mine at Dulibadzimu.
Black Rhinos’ lot Chiunga, Nicholas Alifandika of Black Mambas, Jacob Muzomba of Buffaloes as well as Misheck Mburayi of Triangle are all at 10 goals and one of them need to score eight times if they hope to win the award.