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Baxter has often demanded more goals from his players who fail to convert the majority of chances they create in each game

Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter has admitted that they are faced with a tricky encounter in the return leg of the MTN 8 semi-final against Orlando Pirates on Tuesday.

Chiefs are trailing Pirates by one goal from the first leg, and only two goals should see them through to the final on September 28.

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“I think the situation that you get when you go to concede a goal in your home game makes it rather a special situation, because you going away and you also got to win the game. There is no draw and there’s no safety margin,” Baxter told reporters during the press conference.

Baxter, who has been concerned by his team’s lack of composure in front of goal, said he has emphasized more on putting the ball in the back of the net.    

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“After 90 minutes you got to go away winning the game. You got to score more goals than your opponents. So, when we take the field there’ll be nothing in our minds besides winning the game,” he said.

The kickoff for this sold-out affair at the Orlando Stadium is at 15h00.

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