HIGHLANDERS fired blanks at home to winless Triangle in a Round 3 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match played at Barbourfields Stadium Friday afternoon.
The Bulawayo giants came into the match with tails high, having won their first two opening matches but failed to capitalise on both home advantage and Triangle’s poor form during the opening stages of the current premiership race.
With the draw, Bosso take their points tally to 7, two behind early pacesetters Ngezi Platinum who have won all their three matches.
The young Madinda Ndlovu (pictured) coached side travels to Harare on Easter Monday to meet a wounded Dynamos who have no choice but to beat their arch-rivals to placate their fans who have seen them drop 8 points from a possible 9 in the past three games.
In another match played same time, debutants Nichrut continued with their fine start to their maiden premiership campaign when they forced a 2:2 draw away to Shabanie Mine.
Richard Kawondera and David Temwanjira scored for the hosts while Nigel Mupinduki and Farai Vimisayi ensured their team did not leave empty handed.