Lusaka Dynamos insist the blueprint they used to beat Nkana in the first leg will hand them their first away victory at Wusakile in living memory this weekend.
Tenth visits 9th when Dynamos take on hosts Nkana on Saturday in Kitwe.
Dynamos beat Nkana 3-0 in the first leg last May in a match that ended the 11-month reign of coach Beston Chambeshi.
“We are one of the team’s Nkana are waiting for at their home ground because in the first round we did them badly. We beat them 3-0 so it is going to be a tough game,” Dynamos assistant coach and ex-Zambia striker Masauso Tembo said.
“But we are not scared of Nkana it is a big team, a big name and they have won most of the championships.
“So I think it is just a name that has remained there so we don’t respect them.”