FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza is taking Black Rhinos seriously ahead of their league clash on Saturday at Mandava.
The Zvishavane based outfit are currently fourth, three points behind log leaders Chicken Inn. Mapeza will be cautious and believes their next game is not a case of obvious results as he fear of a big upset at home.
In a pre-match interview at their club house, Mapeza said he don’t want Chauya Chipemberere to collect their first points in six matches and they will play to their best.
“It is a game we are taking seriously. You know a coach always talk when he is not doing well and will try to do everything for a start. We don’t want them to start picking points on us.” he said.
“I think we should continue from where we left against Triangle United. We will try to work a result out of it.”
Meanwhile, Gift Belo echoed the same sentiments and they are hoping to carry on from their weekend’s win in Triangle.
However, despite losing their last six matches, Rhinos have been in search of the illusive win in every match they play. A win for them will be another big upset during this week after Highlanders’ humiliation in the hands of Tsholotsho.