Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
BLACK Rhinos coach Hebert Maruwa said they are looking forward to stretching their unbeaten run when they face Dynamos on Saturday at the National Sports Stadium.
Maruwa said they will be banking on their current form.
Rhinos have gone for seven games without defeat – the longest unbeaten run of this season so far.
“We are looking forward to stretching our unbeaten run. We are gunning for a win when we face Dynamos.
“We will bank on form. I have total faith in my players, whoever represents us will make us proud and get the job done.
“It’s one of those games where you have to give your players credit, relax and trust their abilities,” said Maruwa.
The match will see former Dynamos players like Marvelous Mukumba, Gift Saunyama and Blessing Mwandimutsira facing their former paymasters.
The trio left DeMbare at the beginning of the season.
“We are not undermining Dynamos, we are expecting everything and anything from them.
“We respect them; we took some of their players. No emotions; we will just try to get our job done.
“We are gunning for maximum points, we have targets to reach and we will try our very best to push and make our targets a reality,” he added.
DeMbare are ninth on the log with 18 points, five behind Black Rhinos who are fourth.
The Glamour Boys are coming from a 1-0 win over Chapungu while Rhinos drew 0-0 with Yadah.