The People’s Team ended the Amakhosi’s unbeaten run in the League last Wednesday when they beat them 1-0 through a late goal by Sekou Camara. Speaking to KickOff.com, Solomons, whose team were defending throughout the match against the Amakhosi, reveals it will be the same approach when they meet again on Saturday. “If you are going to Kaizer Chiefs and you want to play attacking football from the word go, you are going get five in your backside,” he says. “So we have to think about what is the best option for us, and right now the defensive approach is working and you don’t change something that is working. You improve on something that is working but you don’t change,” he says. Chiefs, who will be coming into this game with their confidence high after thumping archrivals Orlando Pirates 3-1 in the League on Saturday, are expected to come out firing on all cylinders. Meanwhile, Chiefs will welcome Burundi International defender Valery Nahayo back from suspension after sitting out against Pirates. Coach Vladimir Vermezovic said he is hoping that his seven players will report back from international duty on Thursday without carrying injuries.