Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rhulani Mokwena has responded to Arthur Zwane's comment ahead of their clash.
The Brazilians will host Amakhosi this weekend at Loftus Stadium for their DStv Premiership match day three.
Sundowns will head to the game having lost their previous game against TS Galaxy in mid week action.
The club will be desperate for positive results this weekend to improve their position in the log table.
Speaking ahead of the game Chiefs head coach Zwane made remarks that his side are not afraid of Sundowns as the two clubs will lock horns this Saturday.
Zwane also insisted that Chiefs will take the game to Sundowns since Amakhosi will be playing away from home.
The two teams are sitting on seventh and eighth places in the log table after both have played two games, won one, and lost one.
Speaking ahead of the game, Mokwena has issued response to Zwane.
Mokwena said Zwane's comments proves that their rivals have changed mentality.
"I just say that they think they are a big team and rightfully so," said Mokwena.
The coach added that big teams do not change their profile and they adapt to different situations and has insisted that Chiefs are a big club and that Zwane is right to make such statement.
Mokwena also insisted that the fixture is going to be an entertaining one as it always has been.
The game has also been very hyped in the media and Mokwena believes that it will live up to its expectations.
The two sides are both challenging for the league this season and whoever wins this weekend will climb the log table.
A winner this weekend will go to six points and possible secure the top position in the log table
However that will depend on how Royal AM play this weekend since the Kwazulu Natal are at the summit of the log.
Source: IDiski Times
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