Leonardo Castro, Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly have been tormenting defences in the Absa Premiership all season, but Chicken Inn are arriving in Pretoria with a 1-0 lead from the first leg in Bulawayo a couple of weeks ago.
“We’ve done our best and did all necessary and what lies ahead of us is the pitch that we have to work on for 90 minutes and finish off the task,” said Phiri, according to Zimbabwe’s Chronicle Newspaper.
“We’re not scared of their CBD because we prepared a game plan around the whole team, not just the three. We beat them at home and can still do the same on Saturday.”
Chicken Inn arrived in the country on Wednesday with an 18-man squad to take on the Brazilians at the Lucas Moripe Stadium.
Kick off on Saturday is 8.15pm.
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