which disrupted our rhythm. But it’s a phase that will come to pass.
“We just have to remain focused on our matches, keep our feet on the ground and keep working hard. Twice we had a six match winning run and we are able to do that again,” Mutasa said.
Apart from Obey Mwerahari who is still recovering and Emmanuel Mandiranga who is a major doubt, DeMbare are without Godfrey “Marabha” Mukambi who picked up a knee injury at Maglas.
Denver Mukamba will not be part of the cast once again as his match fitness continues to be a major talking point.
Harare City’s outspoken coach Philani “Beefy” Ncube loves derailing the big boys and has been waxing lyrical ahead of this tie.
“The fact that Dynamos have shifted the game from Rufaro to the National Sports shows how desperate they are for the three points.
“I do not know how they will benefit from playing there but what I know is if we can win at Mandava we can also win at the National Sports.
“But it’s not going to be easy for sure. One team is fighting for the championship and the other is fighting against relegation and that will certainly make it interesting,” said Ncube.