Fiona Ruzha, Sports Reporter
CAPS UNITED defender Valentine Musarurwa is confident of adding more misery to Hwange when they clash at the Colliery stadium this Sunday.
Chipangano started the season on a high but go into the match at the back of two successive defeats against Chapungu and Black Rhinos.
The Green Machine have had an explosive start to the campaign in which they only lost a game against Chapungu.
“We have prepared very well for this match and we are ready for them.
“I am aware it will not be an easy match but the only option we have is to win,” he said.
Only Chapungu have beaten Hwange at the Colliery this season while Yadah, Ngezi Platinum and Manica Diamonds stumbled.
The 23-year-old defender said they will not paying much attention to that statistic.
“We are not going to look at that because we don’t compare ourselves with other teams.
“We as CAPS United and we play a different ball game all together so what matters is collecting maximum points.
“We need to keep focused and working very hard so that we don’t make mistakes,” said Musarurwa.