WITH only three games to go CIWU will be hoping for a miracle to save them as they are on the brink of crashing out of Zifa Bulawayo Province Division Two league.
The log anchors are not doing themselves any favours as they lost last weeka��s home fixture, when they played Khami United, by two goals to one.
However, mathematically, the bottom side still stands a chance to survive the chop but that will be possible if they win all their remaining games and hope that relegation threatened LSU United, East Rovers and White Birds lose all their remaining fixtures.
According to the cluba��s secretary Prince Nyoni, they were going to fight until the last match and they were already setting targets for next season.
a�?We call ourselves a�?Impisia�� (hyenas) and we havena��t thrown in the towel yet, so we will keep fighting. We will also be fighting for the top three spots next season in the second division,a�? said a confident Nyoni.
Nyoni added that their next game against L.G Vultures would be a crucial tie but they were prepared to start their battle for survival from this weekenda��s match.
a�?Ita��s not going to be an easy match, but we have no choice other than winning it,a�? he said.
The last time the sides met the result was a scoreless stalemate.
Saturday Fixtures: LG Vultures vs CIWU (BF Outside Grounds), Khami vs East Rovers (Khami), Lobengula Stars vs LSU Rovers (Lobengula), Mpopoma Pirates vs Chiwororo (Bango), Chicken Inn vs Ajax Hotspurs(Njube Desert), Zim Leopards vs Toronto (Iminyela), CS Distributors vs Howmine (Sizinda), Arenel Movers vsA� White Birds (Nduba).