Bosso will be hoping to collect their first set of three points away from home this season when they take on Herentals FC on Saturday afternoon at National Sports Stadium.
Amahlolanyama faces tricky opponents who are lying fifth on the standings with 9 wins, 8 draws, and 6 losses.
The two teams are separated by a point, the students have 35 points while Bosso is seating in position 6 with just a point shy of Herentals FC.
Highlanders have not won an away match since they defeated Triangle FC at Gibbo Stadium in July 2018. The streak, spanning more than 30 road trips is one of the longest roads by a top-flight side during the period under review.
“We are going there to try and bring back three points to us, and this is football, every opponent is a challenge, and a new story, and, in the end, we hope to bring the three points home and give the supporters a good football game to watch,’’ added Brito.
Speaking at the weekly press conference, Highlanders FC Technical Manager Baltemar Brito, said the team is determined to collect three points away from home.
“We are hopeful to collect points this Saturday, the team needs it,” said Brito.
Bosso hammered the students 4-0 in their first meeting of the season at Barbourfields Stadium in March this year.
Bosso welcomes back striker Stanley Ngala from suspension, Ray Lunga, Crispen Ncube and Archford Faira from an injury.