OUTSPOKEN Chiredzi FC gaffer Gishon Ntini has said they are going to throw caution to the wind when they take on fellow newcomers ZPC Kariba at Chishamiso Stadium in a Castle Premiership football match today.
And he believes they are going to end their counterparts’ 17 match unbeaten run in the top-flight league.
The Saul Chaminuka-coached side ZPC Kariba has so far been involved in 10 draws, winning seven matches and occupy second position on the log-standings with 31 points.
The home side is under pressure to collect maximum points as they are at the rock-bottom of log-standings with 10 points from 17 matches.
“I know they are a good team. They are playing well and have been together for a long time, so they understand each other very well. For us some of the players have not been together and we are trying to build something,” he said.
“Anyway we are going to perform to our best ability by throwing everything we have at them. I don’t know how we are going to do itm, but we are going to try everything possible to win this match. We need points , there is no room for us to continue losing points,” he said.
Chiredzi FC striker Scholar Hadebe who has been on the score-sheet in their last two games is expected to play a crucial role today.