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Amakhosi visit the KwaZulu-Natal side at Harry Gwala Stadium and Sekgota says Maritzburg are known to consistently be a troublesome group to beat. He trusts that with their helpless beginning to the season, Ernst Middendorp's Team of Choice will be hoping to offer peace.
"Maritzburg won't be simple and they have not been a simple group to beat when they play at home," Sekgota told the Chiefs official site.
"They have additionally not had the best of starts so they are searching for most extreme focuses. They will need to fire getting focuses so they can get away from the base half and we know about that.
"We are additionally searching for the three focuses so we can climb the log table. It will be an extreme game," added the 24-year-old previous Swallows and Wits player.
However, with the difficult work that Amakhosi have placed in preparing this week, Sekgota has some conviction that they will be effective in their chase after the full focuses.
"Our readiness was not tremendously impacted by other players' nonattendance since they were preparing with the public groups.
"We likewise stayed in touch with some of them that were addressing us and we were completely behind them with our help and trusting they progress admirably. We are glad to have them back in the crease so we can all presently zero in on the following match."
Sekgota says the Fifa break was acceptable and gave them some resting time so they could be fresher once more.
"We rested a piece throughout the break, however, we've been once again at preparing for various days at this point and completely centered around the following game.
"We have been planning for Maritzburg and know that their mentor (Middendorp) has some data about our group since he was here two seasons prior."Sekgota sees danger for Chiefs in wounded Maritzburg (citizen.co.za)
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