AmaZulu midfielder Luvuyo Memela and safeguard Philani Zulu are trusting their noteworthy 3-1 triumph over Nyasa Big Bullets in the CAF Champions League fundamental round second leg will stop their appalling run of structure in the DStv Premiership.
In three matches they played up until now, Benni McCarthy's men have just enrolled two draws and a loss and are presently moping at fourteenth spot in the log table.
"It will be an extreme game as you probably are aware we have not dominated any game since the season began," Memela told the club media office. "Thus, we are going there to attempt to do exactly the same thing we did when we played away against Big Bullets."
Something Memela said they expected to do was keep changing over the possibilities they were making. "As you probably are aware, we have been making possibilities. It is only that we've not been changing over them. It was acceptable when we played away, we figured out how to score three objectives and I imagine that is the thing that we required," he said.
"I don't think it is an issue for us not scoring objectives. We simply required karma. We needed to burrow further and I think it was useful for us to win away so we get the certainty of scoring objectives once more."
Zulu repeated Memela's feelings and said that he accepted devotion and demeanor would see them dominate the game today. "I accept that since we are coming from an awesome triumph, we will proceed with that energy going ahead," Zulu said.
"We are confronting AmaZulu group who are resulting in these present circumstances game from the rear of good outcome having beaten the group that has been doing admirably in Malawi over the most recent couple of years," Seema said.