Herentals FC are aiming to build from their midweek away victory against ZPC Kariba when they host Yadah at Rufaro Stadium in a league match tomorrow.
Premiership new boys Herentals FC will be hoping to build from their away mid week form which saw them snatch three points away at Nyamhunga through a Blessing Majarira solitary strike.
Head coach Kumbirai Mutiwekuziva said the win has restored confidence in the camp.
“We will stick to our play of attacking football and we are confident we will grind the result in our own backyard,” said Mutiwekuziva.
Rubbing shoulders with youngsters has been a dream come true said Herentals forward Innocent Benza who is arguably the oldest player in the PSL at 46 years.
“It has been something that i used to dream about while we were in division one,” he said.
Benza said their away win at ZPC Kariba is a morale booster though they are not yet pilling pressure on the youngsters since the journey is still long.
The School Boys were thumped by Ngezi 2-0 at the Baobab in their opening fixture before crashing 2-1 to Highlanders at the National Sports Stadium.
Herentals went on to pick up themselves and collected three points after edging ZPC Kariba 1-0.
In other matches lined up for tomorrow, Bulawayo Chiefs take on Chapungu at Luveve in Bulawayo, while Black Rhinos have a date with Caps United at the National Sports Stadium in the capital.
On Monday, FC Platinum clash against Bulawayo City at Mandava Stadium in Zvishavane while Mutare City take on Harare City at the National Sports Stadium.
Nichrut have a date with Nngezi Platinum at Ascot Stadium in Gweru while Dynamos and Highlanders square off at Rufaro Stadium with Triangle facing ZPC Kariba at Gibbo Stadium in the Lowveld.
The Chicken Inn – Shabanie Mine tie at Luveve Stadium completes the Easter fixtures.