Platinum Stars will host Wits in the MTN8 semi-final first-leg on Sunday and will be looking for an improved performance against their opponents.
Dikwena played the Clever Boys in their first game of the season and had to settle for a point after a goalless draw.
Stars captain Vuyo Mere tells the Siya crew that now that they know their opponents, they will do better than in the first game.
He said after beating Free State Stars 3-0 in the quarter-finals, they are looking at going all the way.
"We played a goalless draw against them in a league game and now we know them. We have to use that knowledge to win this game," he said.
"We would like to score goals, which we didn't do in our league game. Now that we have started scoring again we just want to do that and go to the away game carrying a win from home, and have that advantage over them.
"However, it won't be a walk in the park as coach Gavin Hunt plans well for cup games and when he was at SuperSport United, he knocked us out of the Nedbank Cup, so we have to be more careful going into this game and don't make stupid mistakes - which could cost us the game," the former Mamelodi Sundowns defender expressed.
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