HARARE – Shabanie Mine coach Luke Masomere claims he has worked out Dynamos well enough to beat the champions when the two teams clash in the Castle Premiership at Rufaro Stadium on Wednesday.
The Chinda Boys need to win the match to ease their relegation worries while defending champions Dynamos, who top the table, are chasing a record third league title in succession.
“It’s going to be a very big game considering that both teams need a win to keep their individual dreams alive,” Masomere told the Daily News.
“I have done quite a lot of research based on the previous meetings and observed that in most cases my team would be two goals down within the first 10 minutes, possibly due to stage fright.
“I’m happy though that this time we are well-prepared for them.
“There’s always a first time for everything and nothing can stop us from beating them at their own backyard on Wednesday.”
Masomere, a self-professed Dynamos fan, said the Glamour Boys will not benefit from his undying love for the club.
“The most important thing is that I’m not employed by Dynamos and will not let anything other than pure professionalism affect the match.”