motoraction logo.jpgFaced with arguably their biggest encounter in their history, Motor Action has vowed to capitalise on home ground advantage when they clash with Ivorian giants, Asec Mimosas, in a crunch Caf Champions league first round encounter at Rufaro Stadium tomorrow.

The mighty bulls who are making a maiden appearance in Africa’s premier club competition, have vowed to capitalize on home advantage following the Confederation of African Football’s decision to reduce the tie to one leg owing to the volatile situation in Cote d’lvoire.

Satisfied with the work done ahead of Saturday’s showdown, Motor Action Assistant coach, David George expressed optimism that his team will prevail.

Motor Action’s influential midfield workhorse, Edward Tembo has however played down Asec’s giant status, calling upon all football loving Zimbabweans to rally behind the team for a good result.

Boasting of a abundant talent such as Allan Gahadzikwa, Edward Tembo and Enazio Perezo among others, Joey Antipas’ troops will be looking to take a giant step towards becoming only the 3rd Zimbabwean team to make an appearance in the mini-league phase of the Caf Champions’ league after Dynamos and Monomotapa.