“It is a very important game, getting three points will mean we are still within reach of the title chasers. We owe it to ourselves and the supporters to try and get the three points,” Maluleka said to the reporters.
On the other hand, Polokwane are still in high spirits after drawing 1-1 against reigning PSL champions, Mamelodi Sundowns in midweek.
“We believe. Anything is still possible. Others are still getting draws as well, so hopefully, it will swing our way,” added Maluleka.
“It’s always tricky playing Polokwane City, you never know what to expect. We respect them but we know that if we can play the kind of football we have been playing recently, then we can put ourselves in a position to win,” he said.
“We know we will create the chances, now we need to finish them,” concluded the former SuperSport United midfielder.
A victory over Polokwane will take Chiefs to fifth place on the league standings.