Harare: Zimbabwe’s Caps United will play a midweek CAF Champions League this Wednesday against   USM Alger of Algeria in the capital.

This is a their second match after their 2-0 away loss at Egypt’s Zamalek in Alexandria a fortnight ago.

Goals and points will bring cash and hope to the Zimbabwean side that is already stretched by the effect of Africa Champions League football and domestic matches.

The National Sports Stadium is going to host the match where the cheapest tickets are going for $5.

“It’s a massive game and, obviously, there is a price for that because this is a top club in Africa which, as you have noted, has been climbing the ladder in the past few years to become one of the best football clubs we have on the continent,” CAPS United president Farai Jere told reporters in Harare.

Meanwhile, Dynamos officials have asked their supporters to come in numbers to show up for the green half of the city.

The North Africans are bankrolled by tycoon Ali Haddad whose net worth is estimated at around $300 million and owns hotels even in Spain, took over as the president in 2010.

Caps United have added West African flavour to their team with the trio of Wilson Andoh, Richard Addai(from Ghana) and Nigerian striker Abasirim Chidiebere who are currently on trials at the club.