How Mine coach Kelvin Kaindu believes Harare City will have a home advantage when the two teams meet in the 2017 Chibuku Super Cup final which is scheduled for Rufaro Stadium on Saturday.

The Bulawayo side will be playing in their first ever Super Cup final after they beat Shabanie Mine 3-1 in the semi finals.

“Harare City have an advantage as they will be playing at home. But we will put up a fight and we thank the Almighty God that we are in the final,” said the How Mine coach.

However, Kaindu is also convinced that they are likely to get a hostile reception from their opponents. He said they are prepared for that.

“I know that the reception will be bad. Probably we will need to clean the dressing rooms and goal posts before the match,” added Kaindu.

Meanwhile, the build up to the final has been intense with both coaches taking aim at each other in a clash of words. The game will kick off at 3pm with the cheapest ticket pegged at $2.