Jeremy Brockie is aware that Mamelodi Sundowns cannot take for granted the amount of Absa Premiership games they currently have in hand.
The Brazilians have played four games less than most of the teams in the Absa Premiership after their fixtures had to be postponed due to CAF Champions League commitments.
Despite four games in hand, Brockie is aware that it does not mean that points are guaranteed, as they have to fight extra hard with a very busy January schedule.
“It is very difficult, games in hand don’t mean maximum points so if we look at the table too much and see the gap and read too much into the games in hand, that’s where you’re likely to slip up.
"So we just keep plotting away and we’ve been unbeaten in the league for a long time now but we need to concentrate on collecting three points because one point isn’t really enough, especially with the schedule that we’ve got and the travelling that we’ve got coming up,” Brockie told the media.
“So, in front of our home fans we’ll look for maximum points,” he added.
Sundowns will host Maritzburg United at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Wednesday evening, before welcoming Wydad Casablanca to their home ground on Saturday, January 19.