Venge­sai banks on form

The Herald (Zimbabwe) - - Sport - Takudzwa Chit­siga Sports Reporter

HARARE City striker Martin Venge­sai be­lieves their cur­rent form aid their bid to over­come Chicken Inn in a Cas­tle Lager Premier Soc­cer League match at Lu­veve to­mor­row.

Venge­sai be­lieves they have pre­pared well for that bat­tle.

“We are geared up for the chal­lenge, it is al­ways dif­fi­cult to play a club like Chicken Inn as they are do­ing well.

“Ev­ery­one is look­ing for­ward to the game and our past per­for­mances give us hope that we can come up with some­thing. We know it will be a tough en­counter play­ing the for­mer cham­pi­ons, but we will do our best.

“Our in­ten­tion is to re­main fo­cused through­out the match and avoid some mis­takes. The team is do­ing well and our past games will en­cour­age us a lot,” said Venge­sai.

Harare City are com­ing into the game at the back of two straight wins against Dy­namos and Nichrut and coach Mark Har­ri­son has been praised for the way he has re­vived the club.

The Bri­ton said they were not chal­leng­ing for the cham­pi­onship as there are some strong sides like Ngezi Plat­inum and FC Plat­inum.

“I think we will go out there and try our best, it is un­for­tu­nate that I haven’t played against Joey An­tipas and I think the ex­pe­ri­ence will be good.

“We are go­ing there to try our best and we are aware that they have been do­ing well in their pre­vi­ous encounters.

“It is dif­fi­cult to play against for­mer cham­pi­ons, but I be­lieve the boys are well pre­pared for the match,” said Har­ri­son.

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