Golden Arrows striker Bonginkosi Ntuli says they know how to neutralise AmaZulu as the two sides prepare to face each other on Monday.
It promises to be a firecracker Durban derby, as both teams come off losses in their previous league counters and will be looking to redeem themselves. Usuthu lost to University of Pretoria a fortnight ago, while Mark Harrison’s side were convincingly beaten with a 3-0 score line by Bloemfontein Celtic.
King Zwelithini Stadium will be the kraal where two bulls fight it out and Ntuli says they are motivated to beat their neighbours.
The 22-year-old, who has scored four goals in all competitions so far this season, told the Siya crew, “It’s going to be a tough derby, but we are prepared and we know how we’re going to approach it. We’ll make sure we win because we need the points. We want six games from the next two games so that we go to the Christmas break without stress."
He added, "We know they will start with Ayanda Dlamini and he is full of running, so we’ll have to keep a close eye on him. Bongani Ndulula also likes to score when he comes on, but we have a plan for them."