Ngezi Platinum coach Tonderayi Ndiraya is cautious going into the clash against unpredictable Chapungu at Ascot stadium.
The log leaders are yet to lose a match and were ruthless in their last encounter, beating Bulawayo City 4-0.
But Ndiraya is refusing to be carried away with the result.
“We are not getting carried away because of last weekend’s outcome because this is going to be a different team. It’s still a long way to go so we can’t be excited by past results,” said Ndiraya.
“Of course we have been very clear of our objective to win the league title, and we want to continue winning.
“We have the depth in our squad, and there is healthy competition for places which is good for the team.”
Chapungu have found their feet following the return of former technical director Rodwell Dhlakama who has taken over from Tendai Chikuni.
Dhlakama has drawn one game and won away to Shabanie in his two games in charge.