The Chiefs coach said Laffor is "dangerous" and Klate delivers "excellent free kicks" and therefore Chiefs must watch out for them at the Rand Stadium on Sunday. However, Klate and Laffor says there are more players in the SuperSport team that Amakhosi must watch out for.
"I think we have been doing well against Chiefs in the past but that counts for nothing and as for me and Laffor, what I can say is that there are no special players here at SuperSport so we are going go out there to work as a team again," Klate says.
Laffor says: "I think Chiefs need to concentrate on SuperSport and forget about Daine Klate and myself because we have other guys like Tebogo Langerman who is incredible. I think if they concentrate on SuperSport the game will be nice not only Daine and myself," says the Liberian international.
Meanwhile, Klate admits that his chances of making it to Bafana Bafana's World Cup don't look good after he was dropped from the squad that travelled to Germany for camp.
"I'm disappointed not to be in the squad but anyway if you don't have a room for disappointment in your life then I don't think you will have a good life," he says.
"I just have to stay positive and coach Gavin Hunt had a great talk with me encouraging me, so it is up to me to keep on working hard and knowing that anything can still happen. I'm still hoping that I can make the World Cup team.
"Maybe my chances are not good but you know what I will go into this game on Sunday and give my best as usual and one thing I won't forget is to always enjoy football no matter what happens outside the field," Klate adds.