Despite the fairytale run, coach Kelvin Kaindu said the match would part of rebuilding the former champions into a formidable outfit. Bosso have so far scored in all their games, except the Bulawayo derby with Chicken Inn, which ended goalless.
“We have to build the team to where it is supposed to be,” said Kaindu. “That is the most important thing and we cannot start talking about winning the championship now. The game against Motor Action is to be tough, but we are certain of victory.” He called on Bosso supporters to give him time and wait for the results at the end of the season. Shabanie coach, Luke Masomere also continues to fight for the championship, after surviving relegation by a whisker last season.
His side, 4-1 winners away to Hwange before the break, host Monomotapa at Maglas in terrific form. The Chinda Boys have lost only twice in 10 outings, while their cross-town rivals, FC Platinum are also seeking to right the wrongs they made last season, when they lost the race to Dynamos on goal difference.
Secretary Philimon Muvengwa put his head on the block recently, saying this season was theirs.
Saturday: Harare City vs Black Mambas; CAPS United vs Buffaloes; Motor Action vs Highlanders; Chicken Inn vs FC Hwange
Sunday: Gunners vs Dynamos; Shabanie Mine vs Monomatapa; Blue Rangers vs FC Platinum; Quelation vs HardbodyPost published in: Football