Harare City will be giving it one last push to end their season with a trophy when they face How Mine in this year’s Chibuku Super Cup finals set for Rufaro Stadium on Saturday.
The Philan Ncube coached side will definitely be banking on the fact that they will be playing at their home ground and that they have featured in two of the last three cup finals which could give them an urge over their Bulawayo based opponents.
How Mine on the other hand will be hoping to bury their 2013 failure to lift the lucrative cup after losing 3-1 to their fellow Bulawayo giants, Highlanders.
The Bulawayo based side will also be looking to win the cup and return to the African Safari after their inaugural participation in 2014 when they replaced Highlanders who had been banned for failing to fulfill their continental fixture.
In an interview with Harare City coach, Philan “Beefy” Ncube, he said his charges were ready to go into battle with the City of Harare owned side.
“We ready to play the final come the day, 90 minutes will decide the champions but we are going to do all our best to be the winners because How Mine FC players play a passing game, so we need to work on that.
“How Mine is not an easy side because they have an experienced coach plus their players are good,” said Ncube.
Harare City captain, Tendai Samanje is relishing the prospects of lifting the cup is not getting carries away by the fact that they will be at home.
“I have been playing professional football for the past 13 years and this time we must take this trophy home. I want to be the man lifting the trophy come Saturday,” said Samanje.