Highlanders technical manager Madinda Ndlovu is confident his boys will easily go past Black Rhinos when the two teams meet on Sunday in a season’s opener at Barbourfields Stadium.
“It will be our first game of the season which should boost everyone’s confidence. It’s a match that I’m confident that we will win. However, our opponents have been there for some time meaning they will come to the party,” said Madinda.
Bosso are on a rebuilding exercise and Ndlovu will parade a new look side that played fairly well during the course of the pre-season.
Meanwhile, former champions Chicken Inn are also bubbling in confidence ahead of their tricky tie against a new look Dynamos at Barbourfields on Saturday.
“We are going for maximum points. We are at home, and every player in our camp is itching for game time. I think we will be very at our best,” said returning Chicken Inn head coach Joey Antipas.
His team has players that can deliver at any time and these include Clemence Matawu, striker Obadiah Tarumbwa and veteran defender Moses Jackson.