Sunday Chidzambwa believes taking their chances could be a key factor if the Warriors are to beat Swaziland in the Cosafa Cup quarter finals later today.
The Warriors finished top of Group B with two wins and a draw but are likely to face more competition this evening.
The match kicks off at 19:30hrs.
Chidzambwa wants his side to grab and early goal to unsettle their opponents but has expressed concern on the fatigue the Warriors may have after playing three games in a week already.
However the Warriors technical team appears to have moved to minimise the effects of that but resting half of the squad for the game against Seychelles.
“We will need to take the chances that come our way but we will also need to look at our fitness levels for the upcoming games.
“We have played three games in five days and that is too much, and the boys will be getting tired but again those are the tournament rules and we have to live by it and soldier on Chidzambwa is quoted saying by the Sunday Mail.
Warriors skipper Ovidy Karuru will be looking to add to his impressive tally of five goals while George Chigova and Ocean Mushure are set to return to the starting line up.