With just one win in Six matches in all competitions this season, it can only mean on thing for Chiefs. They are very dangerous and unpredictable at this stage.
They will definitely be looking to put all they can to win thier next fixture, however they are not playing any club other than the Mighty Usuthu at their home ground. And that means AmaZulu head coach Benny McCarthy is very much aware about the danger that will be lurking in thier back yard, however he prepares for the worse as they will host the almost underdogs of the season.
"Chiefs, in the history of South Africa they are the big one, but we prepare the way we do for every single match," says McCarthy.
McCarthy is seemingly to have already planned for thier match as he appoints some few patches they need to cover in the match.
"It is our home game, so we need to set the standard. We need to control the pace of the game and so that is why we need to focus on ourselves a lot. Not disrespecting any opposition but when it comes to us, we know if we do what we must do we know that the opposition is in for a tough time. We are ready to fight. We are ready to go to war. We are ready to do what we need to do to go for all three points which are never easy but that is the goal and that is how we prepared," says the bolstered Benny.
The match between AmaZulu and Chiefs will be played at afternoon at the Jonsson Kings Park Stadium in Durban.
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