Lamontville Golden Arrows host Kaizer Chiefs in a crucial game as they look to finish in the top eight and interim coach Vusi Vilakazi has identified where his side can capitalize on Wednesday.
Abafana Bes'thende are in high spirits as they are among teams that gave Amakhosi a hard time this season, with a win away from home.
Vilakazi wants his side to keep same attitude of targeting Chiefs' key players.
"We don't have much time, but the strategy we used against Kaizer Chiefs in the first round will still implemented because we had players that we shut down and it helped us," Vilakazi told the media ahead of the game.
"We did that with flying colours and we also had many chances that we couldn't convert. That killing instinct still needs to be sorted out because it has been a challenge for us this season."
Vilakazi is well aware of what to expect against Amakhosi on the day as they can be very dangerous under caretaker coach Arthur Zwane.
"I wouldn't say it is an advantage for us, maybe I should remind you what happened when Gavin Hunt was chased away and Arthur Zwane took over. They beat us by 3-2, it won't be hard and we know how they respond to Zwane. We will plan accordingly and make sure they don't hurt us this time around."
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