Kaizer Chiefs captain Willard Katsande says they are not ‘shaken or moved’ as they prepare to take on Mamelodi Sundowns in their next Absa Premiership clash at the Orlando Stadium on Thursday.
The Zimbabwe international will play a crucial role for Ernst Middendorp’s men when they meet the Brazilians in an expected mouthwatering PSL face-off.
Amakhosi will be looking to collect all three points against the reigning PSL champions and stretch their lead at the summit of the league standings to six points, while Sundowns are determined to close the gap and go level on points with Chiefs.
Katsande insists that experience will not play a role against Sundowns but rather who wants it more on the day.
‘We are not shaken or moved, we are focused on what is happening in our house and not anyone else’s house,’ Katsande told the media.
‘We need to focus on ourselves. We know how to play big games and we have shown this in the first round.
‘In these types of games, it’s not about who has experience or anything like that, it’s about who wants it more on the day. If they run 3,000km then we have to run 5,000km.’
Kaizer Chiefs against Mamelodi Sundowns kicks off at 6pm.
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