While the Buccaneers will want to make it two successes straight, following their hard-battled 1-0 triumph over Swallows last Saturday, Chippa United resemble injured lions right now after they were given their first loss of the period on Sunday at Royal AM.
There is no cause for alarm, my boys are fully prepared despite suffering several injury setbacks.
Orlando Pirates ought to be on alert in their next match as their adversaries have promised to accompany nothing under three focuses from the experience.
The Chili Boys will have the Buccaneers at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday and midfielder Sammy Seabi says the Gqeberha-based outfit has recognized its mix-ups from the past match and will not be making things simple for the Soweto monsters.
"I will not actually say a ton turned out badly in that game, yet I accept that it's something that we need to gain from. I accept that we know where we missed the point and where we are going right and presently, we are getting ready for the game that is coming against Pirates on Saturday. I accept that we are prepared, and we have fixed where we thought possibly we had a few issues. Presently, we are ready, and I accept we are prepared for the following game," said Seabi, talking through the club's media division.
The 26-year-old, who is borrowed from Mamelodi Sundowns, says their mentor Gavin Hunt has made them mindful of what should be done against Bucs.
"He (Hunt) has been revealing to us a ton of things, strategically to know. You know, we are playing an awesome side in Pirates, so we anticipate a ton from our players, including myself. We simply need to man up and assume liability. We can oversee, we have done it previously, and I accept we can rehash it come Saturday. Get three focuses on Saturday since it will help our spirit and our certainty since we just come from a misfortune and we need to make up for ourselves and return to winning ways," closed Seabi.
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