Highlanders has declared its readiness to face Caps United in what is set to bring the City of Kings’ alive come Sunday.
Such is the spirit within the Bosso camp, that which understands the desires of the black and white followers.
Undoubtedly one of the biggest fixtures of the season, Sunday’s encounter will surely require a lot from both players and technical personnel.
With a clean bill of health, Bosso will be looking forward to taking their performance a notch higher following a spirited comeback to salvage a point against army side Black Rhinos in their first match on the road.
Club coach Bekithemba Ndlovu, however, remains under no illusion on the task that lies ahead but believes that his side is on the right track to success.
An added incentive to spice up the match will see some fans only paying half the entry fees, something expected to result in Barbourfields being filled to the rafters.
Encounters between these two sides always produce fireworks with this year expected to be no different especially with Makepekepe’s complete start with a 2-nil victory over new boys Manica Diamonds last week.
The corresponding fixture last season could not produce a winner with the two sides deadlocked nil all just like they also played in the reverse encounter.
Whatever the situation, neutrals and supporters of both sets of teams will be hoping to be treated to some flawless football.