Hunt: Everybody's tail is up

Posted: 12 December 2018 Time: 08:00

Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt acknowledges that Golden Arrows will have a spring in their step after their big victory over Kaizer Chiefs last time out.

Hunt, however, points out title contenders Wits also have cause for optimism after beating Black Leopards 1-0 on the road in their previous outing.

The Clever Boys will host Arrows at 19h30 tonight at Bidvest Stadium.

"Ja, our tails are also up, so everybody's tail is up," Hunt tells KickOff.com.

"Ja, we looking forward to the game. You can expect an honest performance, that's what you want. You want an honest performance, that's all. We are trying to concerntrate on the game, that's what we want to try and do."

The Students, who have suffered all three of their league defeats this season on home soil, lost 3-1 to Abafana Bes'thende last term.

Hunt added: "Ja, they have beaten us the last time, so they are favourites, big favourites. Ja, they beat us at home last year so they are big favourites. But now we have a full squad for this one."

Meanwhile, Hunt says striker Hellings Mhango, who scored in a rare appearance this campaign against Lidoda Duvha, will feature again.

"Ja, he will be around. He's just changed his attitude, he's fine. That's all he had to do."

Article by: Sipho Mlotha

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