Black Rhinos head coach Herbert Maruwa has warned his players not to take their second tie against Dynamos for granted despite the problems bewildering the Harare giants.

Maruwa has urged his players to guard against complacency after beating a Triangle away at Gibbo.

The Rhinos mentor said in an interview with the Herald that victory over Triangle is history and they will not take lightly their opponent despite their own troubles.

Rhinos beat stubborn Triangle 1-0 in a Week twelve match in Triangle last Saturday to move to 14 points taking 8th position.

“It’s not going to be an easy game, but we need to be at out our best.

“Coming from a win, we need to continue with our good form, we need to guard against complacency.

“Dynamos is Dynamos, they are Zimbabwe’s football benchmark, one of the biggest clubs in the country and we can’t read much into their problems.

“They can rise to the occasion,” said Maruwa.