Platinum Stars will go into tonight’s MTN8 semi-final clash against Wits at the Bidvest Stadium with a two goal cushion, following their 4-2 win over The Students at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium last month in the first leg.
Despite their advantage, Allan Freese is adamant that Dikwena will not sit back on their lead and defend it. The coach said that they will continue playing their own brand of attacking football.
Freese said that it will be difficult to anticipate how coach Gavin Hunt will set-up his team, however explained that he will tactically alter his team accordingly.
“We know we are having a two goal lead but we won't be playing defensive football because we haven't trained it or played it. We will play the way we have been playing from the start of the season and that is to attack. With attack, we will create chances to go and score and maintain the lead.
“Playing against a coach like Gavin Hunt you can't plan before the game so we have to see what system they play first and we will take it from there, and we need a win,” Freese expressed.
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