Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa is unfazed with the prospect of facing rejuvenated Denver Mukamba who is on loan to rivals Caps United.
Mukamba joined Caps United after falling out with Mutasa due to his wayward behaviour, but seems to be having a new lease of life and might trouble the Glamour Boys should he be selected.
“We are playing against Caps United, not an individual so we are just preparing to play against a team. We have played so many former Dynamos sons before so we are not worried when we play against Mukamba,” said Mutasa.
“This is one game that we know that if we win, it is going to boost our confidence. The youngsters know what it means to play against Caps United, and we have prepared well for this match.”
Dembare are facing one of their worst starts to the season, winless in six games in which they have managed only three draws.
The Green Machine go into the match after suffering a defeat to Triangle last weekend while Dynamos had to come from behind to settle for a 1-1 draw against Yadah in the previous game.
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