The match will be played at Soccer City. (Kick-off is at 20h15)
Chidzambwa – whose side is undefeated in three matches – has been boosted by the return to fitness of a number of players that had been nursing injuries.
"We will fight like Warriors against Chiefs. We have been training very hard," says the Zimbabwean coach.
"We are after three points. The players all know what is expected from them and are prepared to deliver.
"There is nothing special about the upcoming fixture; it is like any other match we play in the League," Chidzambwa says.
Chidzambwa says his players are already fired up for the Chiefs match and warned the Soweto giants against making the mistake of undermining Lidoda Duvha.
Leopards players are likely to come up against their former team-mate Kingston Nkhatha, who is expected to lead the Chiefs attack together with Bernard Parker.