Kaizer Chiefs coach, Stuart Baxter, has urged the club and his players not to take Golden Arrows lightly tonight. The Backheel Boys are in dire straits at the bottom of the table, and have lost five games-in-a-row in all competitions.
The Shaun Bartlett-coached outfit are also eight points away from safety in the relegation zone, and seem virtual certainties at this point to be playing their football in the National First Division next season.
Nevertheless, it seems very likely that Arrows will be fighting for their lives in their remaining matches, including tonight's PSL clash with Chiefs. This could make the Durban-based side potentially dangerous because they may play like men possessed.
However, Baxter has warned his team of showing any complacency against the basement dwellers. The English coach also re-iterated why it is important that the Glamour Boys produce their best football.
He told the club's official website, "We will ring some changes, some enforced and some as part of our rotation system given the tight schedule we are playing under. People must not make a mistake to think that they are at the bottom of the log then it will be a walk in the park."
Baxter added, "We will play to our utmost best knowing the damage that Arrows can cause on their day. Arrows can play good football and we have to be at our best to win the game. We are ready and the boys look sharp..."
Tonight's clash gets underway from 19h30 at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.