Bulawayo City head coach Mandla Mpofu will not be hoodwinked in to believing that they can beat CAPS United in a rescheduled Castle Lager Premier Soccer League fixture at Hartsfield Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
Despite the motivation arising from the weekend’s win over ZPC Kariba, Mpofu said they will not take the game against Makekekepe as an easy step to another victory.
In an interview with Newsday, the gaffer said they need to double their effort if they want to get three points.
“Wounded or not, inconsistent or not, CAPS United have always been dangerous. The only thing we have to do to get the three points is double our efforts and guard against complacency,” he said.
“CAPS are the champions, their players have been there and just playing for that club is a motivation. That they lost to Dynamos at the weekend should not mislead us. Of course, we are motivated by the win against ZPC Kariba and that we are playing at home and everyone is available for selection and raring to go.”
The Bulawayo based side have picked four wins in their last seven games. They are just a point above the Green Machine and a win for the visitors will see them slump one place to position eleven