Highlanders coach Hendrik Pieter de Jongh feels their current form could help them come out with a positive result against bitter rivals Dynamos today.
The two sides clash at Rufaro Stadium in Harare this afternoon at 3 pm in the reverse fixture of the Battle of Zimbabwe.
Bosso go into the match with an eight-game unbeaten run in which they won four times.
Speaking ahead of the encounter, the gaffer said he is banking on his team’s form, and the quest to finish in respectable position following a slow start to the campaign.
“It’s not an easy game playing Dynamos,” said de Jongh. “But we have good spirit, we’re going the right direction because we want to finish in a good position.
“What we have in mind is three points.”
Highlanders, meanwhile, have dominated the tie in recent meetings with their last loss coming in 2017 following a boardroom decision to give the match to Dynamos after it was abandoned in the first half.
Their last game played in Bulawayo in June ended 1-0 in favour of Tshilamoya.