Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu says his side will be taking a cautious approach to their Castle Lager Premiership matchday seven encounter against Shabanie Mine.

The Bulawayo giants enter Sunday’s league duel sitting third, just two points behind table topping FC Platinum and Ngezi Platinum who are joined top with 16 points , and face fellow unpredictable Shabanie Mine who are coming from posting good results against top teams.

Madinda Ndlovu told the Chronicle: “Shabanie Mine are a good team. If you look at the results that they have managed to post on the road, they went away to Dynamos and picked a point and they held Ngezi Platinum so they are not a bad side. We have to treat them with a lot of care. Yes, we will entertain them like any other team but kungavuleka nje kuphela izasukuma iSoweto,” said Ndlovu.