The national Under-20 team face off against Congo in the reverse leg of the second round of qualifiers for the 2013 African Youth Championships needing to overcome a 2-1 defeat they suffered in Brazzaville.
"We have to score a goal and avoid conceding to go through. With this group we have never played a match and failed to score so it will not happen on Saturday. We will definitely score on Saturday because we need that goal. While we are searching for that one goal we must also make sure that we defend well because if they also score then it is back to square one. Scoring a goal will not be a difficult thing to do for us so we will definitely score.
"I will not worry much about when the goal comes as long as it does come. Now that we will be at home we will show them that we can play and I am sure they think we don’t know how to play because in Congo we didn’t play but just fought for everything. I was happy with the fighting spirit but here at home we will play and show them a thing or two.
"This group of boys that we have right now is special in that these are the same boys that will be tasked with qualifying for the 2016 Olympics and so need to get more time together. It does not help for us to get one week and then after that we break and meet again after four months," Luvhengo told KickOff.com after watching his team down Jomo Cosmos 3-2 in a practice match in Rosettenville.
"The purpose of this match against Cosmos was to come here and play against a strong side with good players and a good coach so that we get tested. We needed to get pushed around so that win or lose we gain. We just hope that the squad stays together like this without any injuries and we keep focus for the game on Saturday," says Luvhengo.
Having already faced the Congolese, Luvhengo now knows what they are all about.
"They are one dimensional and very strong in the air. They rely on putting balls in the channels and then crossing it into the box because they are good headers of the ball and fight for everything. They fight for everything," he says.
Should Amajita win they will progress to the third and last qualifying round and will meet either Nigeria or Tanzania to determine who goes to the finals in Algeria next year.