Dynamos head coach Lloyd Mutasa admits he doesn’t not want to be remembered as they guy who Highlanders finally beat in the league ahead of today’s crunch tie.
The match is set for Rufaro Stadium at 15:00Hrs
Dynamos have enjoyed league dominance over Highlanders with the last loss to Bosso coming in 2006 , but have had a challenging start to the season picking up eight points from seven games.
The poor start has already cost Paulo Silva his job with Mutasa being handed the job on an interim basis.
It would hurt to be known as the first Dynamos side that lost to Highlanders after such a lengthy period said Mutasa.
However Mutasa warned they cannot afford to bank on history as that can change at any moment.
It’s never an easy game ,but our players know what it means to face Highlanders. Highlanders are a big team and are on form it’s going to be a tough encounter added Mutasa.