YADAH will be looking to inflict pain on the Dynamos faithful when the two lock horns in a Castle Lager Premiership match at the National Sports Stadium on Saturday.
The Miracle Boys are still bitter over their first round loss, which they believe was triggered by dubious match officiating.
They lost 0-1 to the Glamour Boys.
Yadah head coach, Genesis Mangombe says he is seeking consistency in the second round to avoid the chop.“We are going into the second half of the season and we need to have consistency and want to make sure we don’t lose games at home.
“If it is a tough match, we will be okay with a draw. “If you lose games in the second half it will pull you down so we are going to work on consistency.
“As a coach, I have my own targets. They might be not attainable but if the boys respect the basics of football, we will finish in the top eight.
“That’s what I am fighting for.”
“The boys are very eager to go, they are motivated to play. If you remember, our last game against Dynamos did not go well.
“The match officials made some dubious decisions which ended up favouring Dynamos.
“The guys are there for revenge.
“We are playing to make up for that so that the wound is covered. We can win games back-to-back and play according to our tactical plan and stick to the basics of games.
“This season, the matches are tough and there are no walkovers. “We would like to introduce three or four players to boost our squad. There is a player who was with Herentals, another one from the Dynamos juniors, we wish to have their services.” Dynamos ended their first half campaign in style with a convincing 3-0 win over city rivals CAPS United.
The Glamour Boys are in a tough battle for the league championship which features champions FC Platinum and log leaders Chicken Inn.
Yadah are on the 14th position with 16 points.