How Mine head coach Kelvin Kaindu says he is side is motivated to knock out another giant when they take on Highlanders in the Chibuku Super Cup this afternoon.
How Mine knocked out last year’s finalists Dynamos in the first round after the match headed into a penalty shoot-out.
Kaindu a former Highlanders player and coach is yet to beat How Mine during his time as How Mine and Triangle but believes he could finally beat them this afternoon.
Speaking to Sunday News Kaindu said, “We got our own motivation, we eliminated last year’s finalists and we are playing another giant.
“Football is played on the field, winning is done on the field of play and nobody prepares to lose.
“I just prepare for the fixture like any other I don’t look at the time I was playing for and was coaching Highlanders.
“We have to capitalise on the chances, we are creating a lot of chances but not scoring most of those chances.
Kaindu is also keen to play in the African Safari with the winners of the tournament get a ticket to play in the CAF Confederation Cup.