Harare City coach Mark Harrison is expecting a tough encounter against newly promoted side Bulawayo Chiefs at Rufaro on Saturday.
The Sunshine Boys, who are unbeaten in the league so far, have six points from a win against Bulawayo City and three draws against Caps United, Chapungu and Mutare City.
On Saturday they face Chiefs who have so far shown some bit of character especially in their 2-2 draw against Caps United in Week Two.Chiefs are also unbeaten, having drawn three and won one.
Harrison foresees a tough outing against the Bulawayo side.
“We had two games over the Easter weekend and that makes it difficult for our players but we have prepared well.
“We are looking forward to the game which I think will not be easy. They (Bulawayo Chiefs) are a newly promoted side but they are tough. However, we will try and put the ball on the grass, play some good football,” said Harrison.
Good news for Harare City is that striker Jerry Chipangura is back from injury and is available for selection.