Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter is not thinking about the glory of a league and cup double ahead of the weekend’s Nedbank Cup, instead he's focusing on the weekend's game at hand.
The two teams met last week, in their penultimate league fixture of the season, with the game endeing 1-1. The point collected on the day secured Chiefs their first league title since 2005.
After receiving a two match suspension, Baxter was forced to watch the draw with SuperSport and their 1-0 loss to University of Pretoria, on the final day of the season, from the stands. However, the PSL winning coach will be back on the bench this Saturday, having served his two match ban.
Baxter said that he knows what to expect from the SuperSport and that the team will be prepared. “It is not about a double. It is about the Nedbank Cup. We have forgotten about the league game. This is a cup game and we will be playing to win on Saturday. We know what United can offer and we are ready for that.
“We want to win a second cup and we want to do that on Saturday. As I have said, this is a cup game and there is only one result and that's a win," the former Bafana Bafana coach concluded.