Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu says the away clash against Harare City on Saturday will be a tough one.
City have registered five of their six victories while playing at home. They were undefeated for seven consecutive matches before losing in the last round to Ngezi Platinum Stars.
Madinda who attended the Sunshine Boys’ last fixture in Bulawayo, told the reporters that he is expecting a tricky encounter with the Mark Harrison-coached side.
“It’s going to be a tough game based on the fact that Harare City are also ballplayers, they play around with the ball and are tactically sound,” said the coach.
“They have intelligent moves especially their attacking format is a worry for us unless we put our act together to make sure we diffuse their raids.”
Boss failed to pick up a win last weekend, widening the gap between them and the leading pack. They are currently in the third position with 25 points, two ahead of their opponents.
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