Harare City coach Mark Harrison is not looking much into their impressive record in the Chibuku Super Cup tournament ahead of the final against Triangle United on Saturday.
The Sunshine Boys are the most successful club in the competition history, having won the cup twice in 2015 and 2017.
“Don’t think records mean anything, at the end of the day it’s about winning the game on Saturday. If we do it for the third time then perfect, that’s it,” said Harrison.
“But we expect a very difficult game against Triangle. They are a difficult team, fourth in the league, very difficult game, no mistake about that.”
The encounter will be played at Gibbo Stadium and kick off is at 3 pm. Winners of the silverware will walk away with $75 000 while runners-up are set to get $50 000.