Highlanders manager Madinda Ndlovu is seeking revenge when they play against ZPC Kariba at Nyamhunga Stadium on Saturday.
Kauya Katuruturu were the first side to beat Bosso at Barbourfields Stadium this season after the Bulawayo Giants had gone for five home games without a defeat. Kariba won the match 2-1 with Tshilamoya goalkeeper Ariel Sibanda making two mistakes that cost his side.
Speaking to the press on Thursday, Ndlovu said they have respect for their opponents but will be looking for a positive result.
“We have a score to settle, they were the first team to beat us at home (this season),” Madinda said.
“We respect Kariba because they have a good technical team, but we have a business to take care. We are not going there and have an afternoon of football, but we will play to get the results especially that we lost the match against Mutare City.”
Highlanders suffered a shock 1-0 defeat at the hands of Mutare City in an encounter played in Rusape on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, midfielder Adrian Silla is not available for Saturday’s clash following the death of his grandmother.