Bulawayo City coach Mandla Mpofu says his charges are well prepared to face Yadah in the Chibuku Super Cup quarter final match at Barbourfields.
Mpofu told the club’s media that they have done their homework for this match but will approach with caution since Yadah is a good side.
“We have been working hard in training getting ready for this match. I am happy with the manner in which the lads worked during the week and I know that they are ready for this afternoon’s challenge,” Mpofu said.
“But one thing I have been telling them is to go into the game positively but cautiously. You can’t be too confident against a good squad like Yadah.”
Meanwhile Amakhosi will have to put their inconsistency aside if they want to progress to the next round. They have only managed one win in their last five games. On the other hand their opponents have found form of late, posting three wins in their last five games in all competitions.