“They might be one of the respected clubs in the Premier Soccer League but we are not going to allow them to take advantage of us. We are well prepared and we are determined for a win,” said Kapini.
Pirates are coming into this match with hope that if they win, then they can get their stuttering title race back on track. Kapini said they are also under pressure to get results.
“We both need points, so I don’t think it will be an easy match for both the teams. We will be going all out for a win. I know that they are coming here with the same mindset, but we must use the home ground advantage,” he said.
AmaZulu played to a 0-0 draw against Ajax Cape Town away from home, and Kapini said he wants to continue from there when they host Pirates.
“So far I am happy with the way I have played this year. I have managed to keep some clean sheets, but those are not enough. We need to score goals and take full points,” he said.