Fireworks are expected in the Chibuku final tomorrow at Rufaro Stadium with both sets of teams promising to give their best in their quest to lift the most prestigious trophy.

How Mine coach Kelvin Kaindu believes pressure is on Harare City going into the Chibuku Super Cup final since the municipality side is in a precarious position on the log.

The Zambian expatriate said it has not been easy to motivate unpaid players but believes the players are now aware of the incentive of clinching the Chibuku trophy.

Harare City coach Philani Ncube said he wants to be the first coach to mastermind How Mine’s demise in the capital while captain Tendai Samanja said he is yearning to lift the trophy as the captain having featured in the 2015 squad that was captained by David Kutyauripo.

The former How Mine coach said he wants another dance in the African Safari following a premature exit.

Beefy said Kaindu is the Wenger of Zimbabwean football.

How Mine have not lost a game in the capital this season and interestingly Harare City have not lost a match in the Chibuku at Rufaro.

How Mine have been playing away for the whole campaign of the Chibuku.

The two teams are also set to clash again in the last league fixture of the season.