Bosses are set to invite the GladAfrica Championship outfit to FNB Stadium on Sunday night (17h00) as they start their 2021 Nedbank Cup crusade.
New off a Soweto Derby rout after a five-coordinate unbeaten run, Zuma accepts this is a major chance to guarantee a snappy reaction while it likewise bears the cost of desire to those in the crew that have not delighted in normal game-season of late.
"I believe it's a decent possibility for us, since we lost our last game, to ricochet back. In this way, I believe it's additionally going to be useful for the players that are not playing, possibly they'll get an opportunity to play," Zuma told the club's media group.
"I'd say it's hard to play against such groups since we don't have a ton of data that we think about them, so I think we need to adhere to our way of thinking and play to win."
The 25-year-old himself has not delighted in ordinary activity of late however clarified that wellness has been his weak spot, and with games coming one after another he has focused on the need to stay trained on and off the field.
"I'm as dislike completely fit yet I believe it's a work in an advancement, in the end I'll be sufficiently fit to play routinely," he added.
"I'd say it's a precarious time for us, since we're messing around thick and quick, and I believe it will be key for us to look after teach, recuperation so we can have the option to fight all the games."
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