Dlamini: Chiefs must go down
Posted: 9 April 2015 Time: 08:39
AmaZulu midfielder Goodman Dlamini says a victory over Kaizer Chiefs tonight is the only acceptable result for the Durban-based strugglers.
Both sides are desperate for three points going into the Absa Premiership tie at Peter Mokaba Stadium (kick-off: 19h00).
Chiefs are seeking to dethrone champions Mamelodi Sundowns, with Stuart Baxter's men seven points clear of their Tshwane rivals at the summit with six games left.
AmaZulu, who beat Free State Stars on the weekend to extend their unbeaten run to five matches, are propping up the standings with 20 points - two points behind Moroka Swallows and Ea Lla Koto.
"Unfortunately in the situation we are at, a draw will not assist us at all but we need a win. Yes, Kaizer Chiefs are in good form but if we continue to display the same attitude we did against Free State Stars and our previous matches, we will get the three points," Dlamini told his club's website.
He added: "Chiefs are currently in good form and I am sure they will also be trying to maintain their lead. Hard work and team work can give us the desired results.
"Over the past we have won matches that many did not think we would, so we are fully aware how important this match is to us."