CAPS United head coach Lloyd Chitembwe admits his squad face a tough task this afternoon when they face Harare City in a Castle Lager Premiership match.

CAPS United have been hit with injuries while other players have left or are preparing to leave the club.

The situation has frustrated Chitembwe who believes uncertainty is affecting the club.

“I’m sure once the [transfer] window closes, I’m sure players will know they are here to stay, they will refocus admitted Chitembwe earlier in the week

“You know, as long as the window is still open, we are a team in transition,we are expecting a number of players, four or five, to leave admitted Chitembwe earlier this week.

However Chitember also believes other players could now be given a rare chance to sign. “It gives the players that have not been playing regularly a good chance said Chitembwe.

CAPS are winless in their last three games,losing twice and drawing once. The defending champions also have a fixture backlog due to their participation in the African Safari.

Abbas Amidu has already said his farewells to the club , while Ronald Chitiyo and Ronald Pfumbidzai are also set to leave. Tafadzwa Rusike and Edmore Sibanda will both miss the match due to injuries.

Harare City will be coming into the match on the back of poor form as well and are winless in their last three league games.

The two sides have met 11 times in the league with CAPS United winning four times while Harare CIty have only managed a victory on two occasions. The teams have drawn five times.

Elsewhere this afternoon FC Platinum will be looking to bag another victory when they face PSL strugglers Bantu Rovers at Luveve. FC Platinum clinched a 3-1 victory over Dembare on Wednesday and will be fancying their chances against a Bantu Rovers that is second from bottom and win-less in the past five games.

How Mine visit bottom placed Tsholotsho while ZPC Kariba entertain Yadah at Nyamhunga stadium.

Saturday Fixtures:

Bantu Rovers v FC Platinum (Luveve)

Tsholotsho v How Mine (Dulivhadzimu)

ZPC Kariba v Yadah (Nyamhunga)

Harare City v CAPS United (Rufaro)