Privateers and Berkane of Morocco meet in the Confed Cup decider at Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in Uyo, Nigeria, on Friday (9pm SA time).
Talking at a media meeting at Orlando Stadium yesterday, Davids asked Pirates players to be reasonable and try not to play into the Moroccans' messy stunts.
"Oddly, investigating the examination, there was generally a red card against the resistance when Berkane played [three of their last five Confed Cup games saw the group they played against get a red card].
"They're a seriously close to home team...experienced group. You take their midfielders [Larbi] Naji, [Bakr El] Helali and [Hamza] Regragui, very experienced three," said Davids.
"I'm not discussing their guard line [Ismael] Mokadem and [Issoufou] Dayo, they put a ton of squeeze on the ref and they provoke up the feelings of the group and of the circumstance particularly when they're at home, coming down on the ref.
"Along these lines, we've to be quiet corresponding to our reasoning. We should not permit them to drag us into this fights and profound minutes... there's red cards and yellow cards."
The Pirates tutor added that the game will require to a greater extent a physiological availability rather than some other sort of readiness. "It's more psychological distraction than physical, strategic and specialized. How we're ready to get a grip on our feelings in this last will assist us with large measuring in relations to us lifting the prize."
Davids banks on VAR to act the hero should Berkane prevail with regards to impacting Zambian ref Janny Sikazwe, who'll administer on the day. Davids cheered CAF for presenting VAR in the knockout substance of their contests.
"You must give credit to CAF for permitting VAR into the knockout stages... there's been a tremendous, colossal improvement in choices as well as in general norm of the game with regards to off-side snare, with regards to little choices like objectives and off-sides.
"So we anticipate that VAR should be an unmistakable nonpartisan variable comparable to this and we're as of now setting up our players to be quiet and control their reasoning."
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