AS the Harare derby euphoria hits high roof, Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has declared readiness to meet traditional rivals Dynamos in Sunday’s league clash at the National Sports Stadium.
Leading the log standings with two points and four games, to go before the title race’s finishing line, Caps United are on course to end a 11-year championship glory drought.
But their bitter enemies Dynamos stand in their way for that quest. Dynamos are out of the league race and are now playing to achieve a face-saver of finishing the season at least in the top four.
That coupled, with bragging rights to control Harare has posed a great danger to Caps United.
Chitembwe though is cautious of the risk they are facing on Sunday but says they are up or the task.
“We prepare for each match to win and we would want to win this one as well. To me this is like any other game and we have prepared hard for it,” Chitembwe said.
“We are always ready to face any team and this is another match we are up for. Obviously Dynamos are a big team and we cannot rule out that they can be the better side of the day but we are up for such a challenge. Even my players understand what we will face on Sunday so we are ready.”
United could go into this match high in confidence after prevailing 1-0 winners in the reverse leg in May.