Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa reckons that its not going to be easy when his charges take on old foes Caps United in the epic Harare derby at the National Sport stadium on Sunday.
Dynamos have been in perfect form building up to a derby winning the last five straight matches but Mutasa sounded cautious ahead of Sunday’s clash.
” Its a tough encounter, its a derby and every team would want to come out tops. Everyone would want the bragging rights. As a coach you would want to win all the games but it’s not be possible in football,” said Mutasa.
” Caps have been doing well in the past games so the game can go either way,”.
The Dynamos coach also hopes that captain Ocean Mushure will continue with his sparkling form and lead the team to a victory that would strengthen their quest for a league title since 2014.
Caps United have also been in irresistible form winning all the last four games played in Harare and drawing twice away.
The two teams cancelled out each other 3-3 the last time they met in a exciting encounter at the National Sports stadium when Caps United were gunning for the title last year.
Caps United go into the match missing two key players, striker Dominic Chungwa and defender Justice Jangano through suspension.
Stephen Makatuka is however available for selection after missing the last games through illness.