Warriors head coach Callisto Pasuwa believes playing on a natural turf at Barbourfields stadium will come to the aid of his charges against Lesotho on Sunday.
He says most national team players were struggling on Rufaro’s artificial turf when Zimbabwe played Guinea in a AFCON qualifier last month.
“Barbourfields has a natural turf which I think will not give my players any problems unlike Rufaro.
We should use the turf to our advantage because during our game against Guinea a number of players struggled on Rufaro’s artificial turf,” said Pasuwa.
The Warriors’ preparations entered into second day today.
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