Kaizer Chiefs should brace themselves for a tough test against the 'best' Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila side ever, ahead of their DStv Premiership clash.
This was the stern warning sent out by the bottom dweller’s coach Joel Masutha ahead of the match at the FNB Stadium on Tuesday.
Despite the crew reporting that TTM players have threatened to down tools over unpaid salaries and Chiefs’ resurgence in form, which has seen them pick up back-to-back victories for the first time this season, Masutha is planning a relentless attack on the Soweto giants in their own back yard.
“All I can say is that we are going to field our strongest team that we have ever played this year in 2021,” Masutha told TTM’s media department.
“I think the team is more balanced. Tactically I think we’ll be more organized and much better. I think the offence will also be stronger than in the last four games, so we feel we have a chance of getting a result against Kaizer Chiefs,” Masutha said.
"This is going to be a very difficult game, looking at the position we are this year, we haven’t done very well this year so obviously the pressure is mounting. We need to show up tomorrow. Yes, I was happy with the commitment and the performance against Golden Arrows. We have to do it the hard way against a rejuvenated Chiefs, who have won two games in a row against difficult opponents,” Masutha added.
The match is scheduled for kick-off at 17:00 at FNB Stadium.