PREMIERSHIP new boys Hwahwa coach, Lloyd Mutasa, will be banking on his good record against Dynamos as the two teams face off in the quarter finals of the Chibuku Super Cup at Rufaro on Saturday.
The former Dynamos and FC Platinum coach has only lost once against Dynamos in his coaching career.
He lost to Dynamos last season a 1-0 defeat at the National Sports Stadium despite having dominated the match with Kalisto Pasuwa then in charge.
Mutasa believes he will not be under pressure as he faces his former team again on Saturday.
“I am not under pressure. I know I have a good record against Dynamos as coach and to some extend it is an advantage psychologically.
“But we will try not to read much into history,” said Mutasa
Mutasa was coach of Dynamos in 2010 before he was fired by the club hierarchy.
He went on to coach FC Platinum where he became the first coach at the Platinum miners to win against Dynamos after defeating them 2-0 at Mandava through goals by Elvis Moyo and Charles Sibanda..
However, Tonderai Ndiraya, who took over from fired David Mandigora and had the worst start in his debut match against Highlanders after his charges were beaten to the Commander ZNA Charities final on Sunday hopes to get things right this Saturday.
In other quarter -final matches, Highlanders were drawn to face How Mine with Caps United paired against ZPC Kariba.
Friday: Harare City v Buffaloes (Rufaro)
Saturday: Chicken Inn v Hwange ( Luveve Stadium), FC Platinum vs Dongo Sawmill (Mandava Stadium) Chapungu v Flame Lily (Ascot Stadium), Dynamos v Whawha (Rufaro Stadium),
Sunday: Triangle United v Tsholotsho (Gibbo Stadium), How Mine v Highlanders (Barbourfields Stadium), Caps United FC vs ZPC Kariba (NSS)