Orlando Pirates coach has revealed what the club need to do to defeat Amazulu on Wednesday evening.
Both sides will be desperate for maximum points this evening to climb up the log standings.
Speaking to the club's media Ncikazi admitted that they will face a team that is also desperate for points to improve their position in the log table.
The coach believes that Amazulu played well in their previous game against Royal AM but the problem is that Usuthu failed to score and Ncikazi has insisted that is the same problem Pirates is also facing.
Ncikazi has revealed what his side need to do to walk away with three points.
The coach said if his side play to dominate like they did in the last few previous games they have a better chance of claiming all the points at stake.
He added that they will have to also use the opportunity they manage to create.
"We just have to be ruthless in front of goal, we just have to be calm, and take the chances," he said.
Ncikazi added that the fact that they are also desperate for points they are creating panic among the players.
The coach concluded that they should be encouraging the players to be more composed around the box because that is the only way of using the chances that they manage to create.
Amazulu will be aiming to retain their top eight position and if the club manage to win they will move above Pirates.
If Pirates manage to win the club will possible move to third position and on level points with their arch rivals Kaizer Chiefs.
The game is scheduled to kickoff at 17:30.
Source: iDiski Times
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