Fiona Ruzha, Sports Reporter
BLACK RHINOS coach Hebert Maruwa says they will not be reading much into Yadah’s current position on the log standings when they clash at Rufaro this Saturday.
Premiership action resumes this Saturday after a two-week break to allow fans to support the Zimbabwe national team at the ongoing Afcon finals.
Yadah are battling in the relegation zone having collected 12 points from 12 games.
However, Maruwa insists that it is going to be a tricky encounter.
“It’s a tricky game playing a team that is struggling but we cannot read much about their position on the log because I believe they are a good team.
“They are very dangerous especially taking a closer look when they played Highlanders and Chapungu where they managed to post good results.
“So we have to work hard and aim to collect maximum points,” he said.
The army side has been in-form of late which has seen them occupying fourth position and going for six consecutive games without a defeat.
But the gaffer said they need to keep pushing as they are targeting top honours this season.
“We really need to keep fighting so that we keep our dream of a top four finish alive.
“l can see good things in front of us with what we have done so far and I hope we will stay that way,” he said.