Baroka FC have warned Kaizer Chiefs of a high scoring match in the Nedbank Cup game this weekend.
Chiefs and Baroka will play their quarter-final match at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Saturday evening.
Speaking to the Siya crew, Baroka’s CEO Morgan Mammila has predicted a high scoring match for his team against Amakhosi in the Eastern Cape.
“The preparations have gone well. We had a friendly on the weekend and we beat Lephalale XI 13-1. Things are looking positive. Players are looking charged, as we will be playing Chiefs, obviously. It’s going to be a tough one,” said Mammila.
“I see a high scoring match. I see a 4-1 final score or anything close to that. I see more than four goals scored in that game. Obviously, I want those goals to come from my side. They (Chiefs) will go all out, and sometimes it’s dangerous to go all out. For our players, a game against Kaizer Chiefs is a plus,” he added.
“But Pirates and Chiefs own South African football. We must not fool ourselves and think that we are on par with them. That’s not the truth. Each and every team in South Africa want to play Pirates and Chiefs. It tells you that they are big teams,” concluded the club official.